Trump hints he might pardon 'good person' Roger Stone of 'very unfair' convictions
Roger Stone (Screen cap).

On Tuesday, Trump hinted in conversation with reporters that he might consider a pardon of former campaign strategist Roger Stone, calling him a "good guy" and blasting his conviction as "very unfair."


He also referred to FBI officials as "evil people" for investigating his campaign.

Stone, a flamboyant GOP campaign strategist with a reputation for dirty tricks, came under scrutiny for his boasts about serving as a backchannel to WikiLeaks for the Trump campaign. He was ultimately convicted on seven counts of lying to Congress, obstruction, and witness tampering.