He’s the infamous Roger Stone– the one of a kind political mastermind with a Nixon tattoo between his shoulder blades, an unrepentant libertine whose brilliance, dirty tricks, and cajones helped get Trump elected and are transforming the Republican party. Join him in Pasadena California on July 29th and 30th as he holds court at Politicon and see what everyone’s been talking about.
Politicon, the “Unconventional Political Convention,” announced that the highly controversial Roger Stone will headline this year’s event. Stone, a seasoned political operative, pundit, and often described as the Clinton’s number one enemy is expected to test limits on the stage this year. His participation is what Politicon is all about – bringing the loudest voices in politics center stage to hash out our nation’s most pressing issues in a raw and unfiltered way.
Stone is set to participate in three programming events, which will fall just before he is due to speak behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee about the role of Russia in the presidential election.
Taking a further dive into the inner workings as a political operative, Stone will also be selling and signing his new book, “The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution.” Roger provides the first in-depth examination of how Trump’s campaign tapped into the national mood to deliver a stunning victory that almost no one saw coming.
Politicon has announced well-known participants from across the political spectrum including: Roger Stone, James Carville, Cenk Uygur, Ann Coulter, Ana Kasparian, Tomi Lahren, Pod Save America, Rep. Ted Lieu, Symone Sanders, Michael Steele, Adam Carolla, Anthony Atamanuik, Roy Wood Jr., Hasan Piker, Michelle Wolf, Jordan Carlos, Grace Parra, Lizz Winstead, Trae Crowder, Al Madrigal, Jena Friedman, Greg Proops, Bill Kristol, David Frum, Robert Davi, Krystal Ball, Guy Benson, Jen Psaki, Dr. Alveda King, Bob Shrum, Touré, Amy Holmes, Scottie Nell Hughes, Sally Kohn, Elisha Krauss, Malcolm Nance, Anthony Scaramucci.
Tickets are available for purchase online: www.politicon.com/tickets/.