Roger Stone, the Florida resident and close friend of President Trump, is getting in on the action, and "secretly signed" a client last May "to lobby on security interests in Somalia as the U.S. military sent troops there," reports LegisStorm.
From the story:
Stone filed a lobbying disclosure about the work on Dec. 29, although it indicates the effective date of registration was May 1. That makes it more than 6 months late after the 45-day window expired in which he was required to register. The late disclosure occurred even as federal agents are showing intense interest in the financial connections that Trump advisers have to foreign interests.
The document does not disclose which agencies or people he lobbied, nor how much he is being paid. The client is Capstone Financial Group Inc., a Buffalo, N.Y.-area firm that specializes in international commodities. The small-cap company trades on the over-the-counter market. Its stock nearly quadrupled from $.95 to $3.70 in the three months after Trump's election, but the price has since plummeted to $.75.