The Hill reports that Stone told reporters outside of a federal courthouse in Florida that he will go to trial over the indictment, saying that it is "incorrect" that he made false statements during his testimony before Congress.
He also dug in on his previous vow not to testify against Trump.
" There is no circumstance whatsoever under which I will bear false witness against the president," Stone said, "nor will I make up lies to ease the pressure on myself."
Stone said he will be arraigned on the charges in a Washington, D.C., court next week.
Update 4: As Washington reporters sift through the indictment of Roger Stone, confusion about exactly what he is being charged with, as well as the implications for the Trump administration, has already seeped into the coverage.