Rep. Speier: Roger Stone Might Want to Read a Book on How a Gentleman Should Act

‘Well, first of all Roger Stone is the premier showman’


SPEIER: “Well, first of all Roger Stone is the premier showman. He put on his serious blue suit, he showed up at the committee and was subject to the interview and did a very good job, was very serious, no pomp and circumstance, no unfurling of invective. And then, of course, he went out afterwards. And went back to the Roger Stone we know and some love and some don't. But let me just say this, he -- he’s writing a book on how a gentleman should dress. He might want to read a book on how a gentleman should act.”

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