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Roger Stone suspended from Twitter after rant against CNN’s Don Lemon
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Roger Stone, one of President Trump's former campaign advisers and a longtime Republican operative, was suspended from Twitter after tweeting insults and attacks against CNN anchor Don Lemon and New York Times columnist Charles Blow on Oct. 27.
Roger Stone, one of President Trump's former campaign advisers and a longtime Republican operative, was suspended from Twitter after tweeting insults and attacks against CNN anchor Don Lemon and New York Times columnist Charles Blow on Oct. 27.
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