File – Roger Stone is pictured. (Jose Luis Magana/AP Photo)

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UPDATED 1:13 PM PT – Monday, December 14, 2020

President Trump’s close ally Roger Stone further stirred up speculation about a Florida Senate run while appearing at a ‘Stop the Steal’ rally. He rallied supporters during a speech at the event in Miami on Sunday.

One of the supporters held a sign which read: Where is Marco? This comes after Stone took to social media to ask where the incumbent senator was and claimed a growing number of Republicans are urging him to run against the lawmaker.

Stone also said he’s more likely to run against Sen. Rick Scott who he claims never took responsibility for a $1 billion theft from Medicaid.

Meanwhile, the President’s former adviser encouraged supporters to continue to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election.


President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s 40-month sentence back in July. Florida primaries for Senate are set to take place in November of 2022.

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