A documentary on President Trump’s former campaign adviser Roger Stone is coming soon to Netflix.

“Get Me Roger Stone” will premiere May 12, the streaming service announced Wednesday.

“I’m an agent provocateur,” Stone says in a trailer for the doc. “I revel in your hatred, because if I weren’t effective, you wouldn’t hate me.”


The film “traces the monumental impact that Stone, the youngest person called before the Watergate grand jury and a self-described ‘dirty trickster’, has made on modern GOP history — connecting Nixon, Roy Cohn and Reagan with SuperPACs, lobbying, the 2000 election, all the way to the nation’s first reality star president,” according to press materials.

“A master of creating controversy and manipulating the media, Stone's career is a window into the last 50 years of politics that led to this pivotal moment in history. The Netflix original documentary chronicles the high-living, low-down, self-proclaimed agent provocateur and the seismic changes he's wrought in a political system,” a synopsis of the film says.

The White House has appeared to distance Trump from his controversial onetime adviser. 

“Mr. Stone is somebody the president has known for a long time. He worked briefly on the campaign I think until about August of 2015,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer said at a briefing earlier this month. “They have talked from time to time, but I don’t think any time recently.”

Stone previously disclosed that he had contact on Twitter with Guccifer 2.0, an individual believed to be part of the Russian intelligence network. Stone, who’s called that communication “completely innocuous,” has insisted allegations about any connections to Russia are unfounded.

“Get Me Roger Stone” will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23 ahead of its Netflix debut.