Andrew Miller, who Roger Stone has described as his “wingman,” will appear at Stone’s November trial for lying to Congress and the FBI.
Roger Stone’s “wingman,” who spent a year fighting a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller, has now been subpoenaed to testify at his former boss’ trial.
Andrew Miller, a longtime aide to Stone, received a subpoena in early August to appear as a government witness, said Miller’s lawyer, Paul Kamenar. Kamenar said he was “puzzled” as to why prosecutors wanted Miller as a government witness — he said earlier this year that he did not think Miller would be called — but confirmed that Miller plans to comply.
The result is that one of Stone’s closest aides will be testifying about him at his trial in November for lying to Congress and the FBI about his dealings with WikiLeaks during the 2016 election. He has pleaded not guilty.
Miller worked with Stone for over a decade, managing his schedule and travel. Miller accompanied Stone to the Republican National Convention in 2016, meaning he might have insight into Stone’s activity around this time.