There have been various associates in the Donald Trump campaign and administration, but none more controversial than Roger Stone. While Stone has not been officially linked Trump since the early days of the election, he is still a close ally, but recently made comments that might not play well with the new president.

Stone on Kushner

Ever since Donald Trump was elected president and pulled off the shocking upset over Hillary Clinton, it was only a matter of time before he added advisers to his staff. While many of Trump's nominees and picks have come under fire, it's his selection of son-in-law jared kushner to have an important role in the White House that has raised questions.

Many wondered if the hiring violated the anti-nepotism law, though it was quickly defended by the Justice Department. Though Kushner is seen as one of Trump's most trusted allies, Roger Stone doesn't seem to be a big fan, which was explained during a April 4 interview on "The Alex Jones Show," as reported by Raw Story.

Joining the conspiracy theorist host Alex Jones on Tuesday afternoon was Roger Stone, who didn't hold back his thoughts on Jared Kushner in the White House. Stone cited unnamed "sources" to claim that Kushner had taken part in a "very lively text exchange with Joe Scarborough," host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," and pushed the host to attack Chief of Staff Steve Bannon." Stone went on to say that Scarborough's criticism was "clearly being manipulated by Jared Kushner."


Roger Stone went on to clarify that his remarks are meant to be "constructive" and "not destructive," but warned that Jared Kushner is possibly "the one presidential aide who cannot be fired." Not stopping there, Stone went on to hit back at Joe Scarborough, saying the MSNBC host is "is no friend of the president" and that "he revels in passing fake news." The former Trump campaign adviser has come under fire in recent weeks, after he was accused of communication with Russian officials in defense of the billionaire real estate mogul. As of press time, neither Kushner, Scarborough, or Trump have offered a comment in response to Stone's allegations.