Republican campaign operative outlines how Trump’s campaign can beat Clinton in November

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BY Rob Lorei

Our guest on Radioactivity Thursday was Roger Stone, who’s been working for Republican politicians since 1964 and has been involved in nearly every Republican presidential campaign since then. He joined the Committee to Re-Elect the President to help get Richard Nixon re-elected in 1972. During that campaign he began what some have pointed out is a long string of political dirty tricks. In that campaign he successfully painted a Nixon presidential rival as a secret socialist. He spoke about his role in the so-called Miami “Brooks Brothers Riots” in 2000, his philosophy on politics, and how he thinks Donald Trump can angle his campaign to win against Hilary Clinton in the presidential election in November.