Roger Stone, who had his prison sentence commuted by President Trump, used a racial slur during an intense interview on KFI AM 640’s Mr Mo’Kelly Show on Saturday night, where Stone talked about being convicted because of the Mueller investigation.
On Saturday night, Stone was grilled by radio host Morris W. O’Kelly on “the Mr. Mo’Kelly Show” on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles. Then it sounded as if Stone’s phone was muffled when he stated, “I don’t really feel like arguing with this negro.” The phone interview was broadcast and streamed.
Stone has been banned in the past from on-air interviews with CNN and MSNBC because of past tweets where he called black commentators “stupid negro” and “fat negro” amongst other racial slurs and insults. Stone later deleted those tweets, Media Matters reported in 2016.