Steve Bannon: Roger Stone was our unused WikiLeaks ‘access point’

Steve Bannon testifies for prosecution at Roger stone trial

Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign thought primarily of one person when it wanted to find out what was going on with WikiLeaks: Roger Stone.

That’s the readout Steve Bannon, the former Trump campaign CEO, delivered during a much-anticipated appearance Friday at Stone’s federal trial on charges that he lied to Congress and intimidated a witness.

"I  think we did, yes,” said Bannon, clad in his trademark all-black outfit complete with multiple shirts, when when asked whether the Trump campaign viewed Stone as its “access point” to WikiLeaks and founder, Julian Assange.