Roger Stone may be holding back from senators, but he’s expected to be blunt in Boca.
President Trump’s campaign adviser burst into the headlines this week when he vowed not to answer senators investigating the election.
Stone will share his insights and plug his sixth book at the Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club. His talk is 11:30 a.m. Feb. 13 at City Fish Market. Tickets are $58 and include an autographed copy of “Stones Rules.” Go to Gold Coast Tiger Bay Club Site.
A 30-year Trump confidante, this will be Stone’s third talk to the bi-partisan political club. His last was in September 2017. “He takes questions. He’s informative. He’s very glib” Appell said. “I don’t know who could go up against him.”
The author of scathing books on Richard Nixon, LBJ, the Bushes and Clintons, Stone trades on his reputation. “His life is a quite interesting one and people want to hear all about it,” said David Goldstein, vice chairman.
What if Stone gets stuck in Washington? The club has no B plan, but they’re working on it now, Appell said.
The late Barry Epstein who started the club knew Stone, Goldstein said. But Stone started coming regularly after he and Goldstein bonded over dinner. Stone wanted to discuss a former speaker, the Shah of Iran’s exiled son. The club doesn’t pay for speakers, Appell said.
Dick Morris, prolific author, and Bill Clinton’s consultant for 20 years will speak at the club again on Jan. 15. Tickets are $35 for members and first-time guests and $55 for others at the events page of the club.
By Marci Shatzman