“I acknowledge it is a possibility," Stone said in an interview on Hill.TV's "Rising."
 
Stone, however, pushed back that he is "concerned" about being charged, noting that would suggest culpability. 
 
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The investigation, he said, has also made it difficult for him to talk to the president, who Stone says has likely been advised by his lawyers not to talk to him until the dust settles.

"I'm sure that his lawyers have advised him that until this whole matter with the Russian collusion is settled," Stone said, noting that they talk from "time to time."

"I'm sure his lawyers have advised him not to contact me." 

Stone previously said he could be indicted in May.
  
— Olivia Beavers