In Trump's trial, Stone consultant, the comedian says he didn't take a real threat to a dog

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Comedian Randy Credico gave evidence on Friday that he did not believe that President Donald Trump's advisor, Roger Stone, was intended to harm Credico's dog when he threatened to do so, something that d t There could be a cutback on a situation that affects the government's stone against Stone.

Roger Stone, former campaign advisor to US President Donald Trump, continues his criminal trial of charges convincing on Congress, preventing justice and witness affecting the District Court. US in Washington, USA, November 8, 2019. REUTERS / James Lawler Duggan

“I don't think it was to steal the dog,” said Credico, during cross-examination by Stone defense attorney, Robert Buschel. “It was a hyperbarry.”

Credico is a key witness for the government against Stone, a long-term Republican worker who is obliged to hinder justice, interfere with a witness and put him under the information committee of the House of Representatives in his investigation into Russian interference. at the 2016 election.

Stone is advised by the government that Credico is being credited to cover Stone envelopes and try to prevent it from cooperating with government. He sent various intimidating texts and emails, including one in which he told Credico:

“You're a rat. Stores … My lawyers are dying to rip you to crack. I'm going to take that dog from you. ”

Credico's statement that he did not see the threat of the Stone against the dog as a core crime can be the cause of the government's demand for violation of criminal intent, but the jury will consider many other comments and threats with Stone, one said he said, "Prepare to die."

The prosecution alleges that in September 2017 Stone Stone disqualified the House Committee by demanding that, among other things, Credico was a mediator at Wikileaks as Stone tried to learn when he intended to e-mail more Hillary Clinton, dumped Trump election contest.

Credico has given evidence that he has never been a stonebacker for Stone, and the Stone said to the committee falsely that Credico was his secret source in July 2016.

Leaving from her light style and joking on Thursday, Credico argued on Friday's witness stand. In back and forth litter exchanges, Buschel tried to build holes in his testimony by believing that Credico made a herd of Stone in a belief that he was an intermediary to Wikileaks, such as a text in which he claimed that there was a “kryptonite” at Smart's Clinton.

Buschel also referred to Credico traffic on stage in 2018 that it was on the back of Stone – a statement that stated that Credico made it a sarcastic joke. That said, “hello and hint,” he said.

Reporting by Sarah N. Lynch; Edited by Cynthia Osterman

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