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Roger Stone is caught on tape revealing how he plans to challenge the election results if Trump loses in 2024 in secretly recorded audio.

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Veteran Republican operative and former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone (pictured left) was caught on secret recording how he would challenge the election results if Trump loses again in 2024.

Roger Stone, veteran Republican operative and former adviser to Donald Trump, was caught in a secret recording of how he would challenge the election results if Trump loses again in 2024.

Stone, who has worked in Republican politics since the 1970s and his support of Richard Nixon, spent time in prison in connection with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.

He was convicted of witness tampering, obstruction of an official proceeding and five counts of making false statements before Trump commuted his sentence.

Now, a liberal journalist appears to have caught Stone talking about what he has up his sleeve for 2024.

Stone says it will be “easier” to stop alleged theft of the upcoming election in some states and that he will use “lawyers, judges and technology” to do it.

Veteran Republican operative and former Donald Trump adviser Roger Stone (pictured left) was caught on secret recording how he would challenge the election results if Trump loses again in 2024.

He even said that the campaign has Republican governors who will help them, although he noted that “there are not many.”

Stone added that Trump will be on the offensive to try to get his way this November.

“At least this time, when they do it, you have a lawyer and a judge, with their home phone number ready so you can stop it,” he said, referring to those who certify the elections.

Stone was speaking to two reporters from the left-wing outlet The Undercurrent, who went undercover as Trump endorses at a March 19 event called ‘Catholics’ Prayer for Trump.’

The longtime lobbyist said they were not prepared for the 2020 loss, stating that “last time we made no preparation, none.”

He also endorsed the Capitol riot after a journalist said she had been there, but added that they have plans to prevent that from happening again.

That may not be necessary. “There are technical and legal measures that we must take to try to have a more honest election,” he stated.

Stone said Trump will be on the offensive to try to get his way this November

Stone said Trump will be on the offensive to try to get his way this November

Stone was speaking to two reporters from the left-wing outlet The Undercurrent, who went undercover as Trump endorses at a March 19 event called 'Catholics Praying for Trump.'

Stone was speaking to two reporters from the left-wing outlet The Undercurrent, who went undercover as Trump endorses at a March 19 event called ‘Catholics’ Prayer for Trump.’

He said the campaign “should file lawsuits in a half-dozen places” to help change election laws before the vote.

‘We are defeating them. The (Trump) trial in Georgia is falling apart. I think the judge is about to dismiss the charges against him in Florida. They are delayed in New York City and now they are delayed in Washington.

“All of the election integrity provisions I suggested are perfectly legal and should be part of any election security effort,” Stone said in a statement to Rolling Stone.

Stone, who remained devoted to President Richard Nixon even after Watergate, met Trump during the 1980 presidential campaign through Roy Cohn.

Cohn became known after his death as Trump’s right-hand man, but was best known at the time for being Senator Joseph McCarthy’s lead lawyer during the anti-communist hearings of the 1950s.

Stone sought to rally support for Reagan in New York.

“So Roy set me up with Donald for a meeting,” Stone recalled in an interview. “Donald said, ‘Okay, give me the proposal,’ and I told him why Reagan would win.”

That was enough to convince Trump to endorse Reagan, providing campaign staff with the use of his plane, office space and phones, according to the book.

After Reagan’s election victory, Stone convinced Trump to register as a client of his firm, and remained that way for decades.

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