Top Donald Trump Ally Offers Glowing Review of Libertarian Candidates

Roger Stone calls himself a "giant fan of both Gary Johnson and Bill Weld."

But Stone said Trump shouldn't be any more concerned than Clinton with the addition of Johnson and Weld to the race.

"I think that they end up taking about equally from both parties," Stone said. "Remember, they’re running as fiscal conservatives but social progressives."

Weld himself made it no secret in an interview with the ‘Powerhouse Politics’ podcast that he’s not a fan of Trump, likening his proposal to deport millions of undocumented Mexican immigrants and building a wall to Nazi Germany.

As for Stone, despite his criticism of some of the infighting in Trump’s campaign, he said he was still committed to the presumptive GOP frontrunner, saying he's been encouraged by Trump taking on Clinton "in a way no one has previously done."

Stone authored of 'The Clintons' War on Women,' and after leaving the Trump campaign last August still acts as a personal adviser and surrogate for Trump.

"I have great affection for Donald Trump and I’m very excited about what he’s been able to achieve here and I’m very much in the Trump camp," Stone said. "On the other hand I’d like to see his platform, I’d like to see his running mate, I’d like to see how the campaign proceeds."