The second part of my conversation with Roger Stone, veteran strategist and confidante of President-elect Donald Trump, dealt with much more personal information. We discussed the children of the election, and Stone provided important insight into what their futures may or may not hold.
One rumor that was circling after the general election ended was that Chelsea Clinton was being prepped to run for Congress in 2018.
Stone confirmed the rumblings and informed that “there’s discussion of Chelsea running for congress in a district outside New York City and Westchester, New York. That District is 40% black. Most recently, I heard that Danny Williams, the abandoned, illegitimate son of Bill Clinton, says he is going to be moving to that District to run for Congress against her in the Democratic primary if she should run, so it could be very contested.”
Danny Williams, a 27 year old black man from Arkansas, made headlines during the election when he opened up about his mother being a prostitute in the mid-80s and having had sex with Bill Clinton when he was Governor of Arkansas.
Next, we discussed the Trump children and rumors of Donald Jr. being prepped for office in New York.
Stone commented that “some people would like him to run for Mayor, some people would like him to run for Governor. I think, at this point, he has a wife and a young family and he understands the tremendous commitment that it takes away from your family to run for public office and he’s a young man. He could run 15 years from now, 20 years from now, 30 years from now, he could still be a young man.”
He adds that he has “a good relationship with all of the Trump children” and that “they’ve been very effective on behalf of their father.” When asked about Ivanka possibly running for an elected position, he shared nothing but praising remarks.
“I know Ivanka better than the others cause she’s the oldest. I think she’s a terrific person, she’s very rounded, very balanced, very approachable, very decent, very caring, she’s an amazing dresser, she’s in top physical shape, she’s running her own designer line of products, she’s running parts of her father’s business, she’s a mother, she’s a wife and she manages to do it all and look great, and I think it’d be a real credit to her father as a spokeswoman, so I’m a giant fan and she will succeed at whatever she puts her mind in because she has that Trump gene, that “can do” confidence. I can’t say enough great things about her.”
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