New York — Jerome Corsi, a right-wing author and conspiracy theorist, said on Monday that he was ready to testify at the trial of Roger Stone, the long-time associate of US President Donald Trump who was indicted last week in the Russia probe, and to “let the chips fall where they may”. “I’m happy to be a witness,” Corsi told Reuters in an interview. “If it’s for Roger’s benefit or not for Roger’s benefit so be it but I'm going to tell the truth to the best of my ability.” Corsi was referred to in the indictment of Stone as one of two people Stone sought to use as intermediaries to communicate with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange about hacked Democratic Party e-mails in the 2016 election campaign. The charges against Stone centre on allegations that he lied to Congress about his pursuit of information on stolen e-mails released by WikiLeaks with the apparent aim of damaging presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Stone’s indictment revealed a link between Republican Trum...

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