Trump adviser Roger Stone to campaign for brothel owner Dennis Hof in Assembly bid
President Donald Trump’s campaign adviser Roger Stone will attend a campaign rally for brothel owner and Assembly candidate Dennis Hof in Pahrump in late April, according to Hof’s campaign website.
The event, which Hof tweeted about on Wednesday, will be held on April 21 at the Nugget Hotel and Casino and is open to the public. The event flyer touts Stone as a “Donald Trump campaign advisor and personal friend” and urges people to “come see, meet and hear” him.
“Get your photo taken. Have your books autographed. And show your support for Dennis Hof’s tax-cutting campaign for the Nevada State Assembly!” the event post on Hof’s website says.
Stone has made headlines in recent days after CNN reported that Stone appeared on the InfoWars radio show — predicting “devastating” upcoming leaks about the Clinton Foundation — the same day that he sent an email claiming he had dinner with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Stone’s comments during the InfoWars appearance have raised questions about what Stone knew about WikiLeaks, when he knew it and whether he was in contact with Assange. Questions about the event sent to an email listed on Stone’s website were not immediately answered.
Hof is running in an already-heated Republican primary in an effort to oust Assemblyman James Oscarson.