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Trump confidante Roger Stone: James Comey 'needed to go' 5/12/17
Political consultant Roger Stone, whose 30-year friendship with Donald Trump is the subject of a new Netflix documentary called "Get Me Roger Stone," joins TODAY along with filmmaker Morgan Pehme. Stone says Trump "made the right decision" in firing James Comey and says it had "nothing to do with Russia."

Get Me Roger Stone Reviews - Metacritic 5/12/17

Review 'Get Me Roger Stone' traces GOP strategist's influence from Nixon to Trump 5/11/17
"My name is Roger Stone and I'm an agent provocateur," proclaims the proudly infamous Trump confidant in his introduction to the endlessly fascinating, bracingly up-to-the-minute Netflix documentary bearing his name.

For Documentary Filmmakers, Our Crazy News Cycle Is A Nightmare -- And A Dream Come True 5/11/17
"Get Me Roger Stone" could have been a very different movie. When the documentary's directors started filming the proudly notorious political strategist in 2011, he appeared to be in the twilight of his career.

Get Me Roger Stone Profiles the Man Who Created President Trump 5/11/17
On Wednesday morning, as President Trump digested the reports on morning television about his firing of the FBI director James Comey, he fired off a handful of tweets critiquing the news about his own administration.

Review: 'Get Me Roger Stone' Profiles a President Whisperer in Peacock Mode 5/11/17
Roger J. Stone Jr., the subject and star of "Get Me Roger Stone," struts through this documentary with peacock feathers fully fanned. He's first heard from a perch in some luxury digs, dressed in a tailored chalk-stripe suit with an olive martini at the ready.

The World Roger Stone Helped Create (or So He'd Have You Believe) 5/6/17
Roger Stone began his career in political dirty tricks young. In 1960, he was eight, and decided he liked John F. Kennedy's hair more than Richard Nixon's. It was important to him for Kennedy to win the mock election at his school, which leaned Nixon, so he began sidling up to kids in the cafeteria line to ask, "Did you know Nixon has proposed school on Saturdays?" Kennedy won in a landslide unexpected enough that the local newspaper picked up the story.

'I Revel in Your Hatred': Trump's Former Political Coach Opens Up on 'Dark Arts' Behind His Techniques 5/6/17

The World Roger Stone Helped Create (or So He'd Have You Believe) 5/5/17
Roger Stone began his career in political dirty tricks young. In 1960, he was eight, and decided he liked John F. Kennedy's hair more than Richard Nixon's. It was important to him for Kennedy to win the mock election at his school, which leaned Nixon, so he began sidling up to kids in the cafeteria line to ask, "Did you know Nixon has proposed school on Saturdays?" Kennedy won in a landslide unexpected enough that the local newspaper picked up the story.

Net Censorship Campaign Exposed 5/2/17
The encroaching 'New Censorship' of the left is no fiction, but a fictional television show provides a good lead in. In the latest season of popular Showtime series Homeland, filmed before the 2016 Presidential Election had been decided in favor of Donald J. Trump, a fictional character named Brett O'Keefe is introduced that is an obvious take on Alex Jones and 'Alt News'.

Tribeca takes on Trump: 11 political films 5/2/17
The Tribeca Film Festival has long been political, but the election of President Donald Trump and the political divide in America directly inspired some of the festival's political selections this year, Tribeca's director of programming told CNN.

'Get Me Roger Stone': The Malevolent 'Forrest Gump' Of Conservative Politics [Tribeca Review] 4/30/17
In her writing about the Nazis, Hannah Arendt famously introduced the phrase "the banality of evil" into the public lexicon. Republican political strategist Roger Stone is as evil as they come, but there is nothing even remotely banal about this man. With his slicked-back hair plugs, pinstriped suits and circular black sunglasses, he cuts a figure something like a live-action version of a cartoon super-villain.

Roger Stone And The Trump-Nixon Connection 4/25/17
"I believe in winning," Roger Stone, the notorious political provocateur, says near the beginning of the fascinating new Netflix documentary about his life. The film, called "Get Me Roger Stone," takes us from his days as a teen-age dirty trickster in the Watergate era through his rise to prominence as a consultant for Ronald Reagan; his precipitous fall in a sex scandal, during Bob Dole's 1996 Presidential campaign; his murky role in the Florida recount of 2000; and, finally, and most important, his long-time sponsorship of the Presidential ambitions of Donald Trump.

Get Me Roger Stone Film Review: Get Your Hate On! 4/24/17
Hey, all you angry progressive liberals, this is your film - to engage your rage. Hey, all you angry lovers of noble and decent democracy, this is your film - to reinforce your sense of injustice. Hey all you morally conscious idealists who imagine a level political field and fair play, get ready to get your hate on!

Essential, staggering Get Me Roger Stone rocks Tribeca Film Festival 4/24/17
Whether any of us like it or not, the 2016 presidential election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be scrutinized and analyzed for the rest of our lives. One of the boldest cannon shots in that discourse is Get Me Roger Stone, the staggering, shock-to-the-system political documentary about America's most powerful dirty trickster.

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