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A lawyer representing Roger Stone, the longtime associate of President Donald Trump, said the firebrand complied with requests from the House Intelligence Committee to provide the name of his intermediary to WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange. Stone’s attorney, Grant Smith, said on Friday in a statement: “Mr. Stone has complied with the committee’s requests. No further statement will be issued.” Committee officials had said on Thursday that they were prepared to issue a subpoena to Stone if he had not produced the intermediary’s identity by the end of the week.