‘I have no choice but to go on InfoWars’: Ex-Trump advisor says he is forced to ‘beg’ for money to cover $1 million legal tab
Info Wars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

A longtime political advisor to Donald Trump says he is facing $1 million in legal fees.

Roger Stone complained about the investigations into his conduct during a Friday interview with Fox News personality Tucker Carlson.

In the wide-ranging interview, Stone also lashed out at congressional investigators, slamming "surfer boy" Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) and claiming that CNBC got "bull-schiffed" by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA).

Both Swalwell and Schiff are former prosecutors who serve on the House Intelligence Committee.

"What does this all cost you?" Carlson asked. "What does this investigation cost you?"

Stone began listing all of the investigations he is facing, including complaints about a "lawsuit in Miami from a Chinaman" that caused even the Fox News host to wince.

"I could be looking at legal fees of up to $1 million dollars," he predicted.

"I have no choice to go on Infowars, where I do a daily show, to come here, and to beg for money," Stone claimed.

"You better be a Russian agent, I mean it," Carlson replied. "I hope you're a Russian agent, otherwise this really is a miscarriage and an assault on the civil liberties of all of us."