Former Trump associate Roger Stone says his arrest in the Russia probe is a "raw abuse of power." In Florida yesterday, Stone blasted federal law enforcement agents for raiding his home on Friday. He also challenged federal indictments against him, calling the case a travesty. Charges include obstruction, lying to Congress and witness tampering. The charges were filed by a grand jury working with Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Stone told ABC's This Week that he might be willing to strike a deal with prosecutors, but he'd need to talk to his lawyers first. He said he'd testify honestly, but he doesn't know of any wrongdoing and there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Stone is set to be arraigned today in Washington, DC. Stone says he plans to plead not guilty.