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Roger Stone is selling a Trump autograph NFT to pay his legal bills


As of mid-day Wednesday, there were zero bids for Stone’s item.

The NFT is part of a larger auction this past week for the Stone family sponsored by Stone’s friend Pete Santilli, a right-wing internet talk show host. They auctioned off two copies of a Stone-signed 1968 Richard Nixon pamphlet, which went for $400 and $300 respectively, along with a “rare Trump/Melania” poster depicting them as Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty ($550).

“Between the cost of defending myself in 6 remaining merit-less but sensationalized harassment civil suits and the J-6 [January 6th] Witchhunt my legal expenses are formidable,” he wrote in an email. He added that the “cancer therapies not covered by insurance for my wife are also not inexpensive.”

Stone met last Friday with investigators for the House select committee investigating the attack on the Capital on January 6. He told reporters that he pleaded the 5th amendment on every question “not because I have done anything wrong, but because I am fully aware of the House Democrats’ long history of fabricating perjury charges,” he said.

According to the letter subpoenaing him, Stone tried to raise money for a “Stop the Steal” event on January 6 and had previously said he had been invited to “lead a march to the Capitol” but didn’t end up doing so.

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