Roger Stone appeared at a rally for Donald Trump in West Palm Beach Wednesday, and he believes that Trump isn’t going anywhere.

“You view this as the end, I view it as the beginning,” said Stone in an exclusive interview with WPBF 25 News. “If you look at the president’s comments yesterday, he has no intention of abandoning this political moment.”

Despite there be no evidence of a fraudulent election, Stone says he still believes that Trump won the election.

Stone was once an adviser to Trump. He was pardoned by Trump in December. Stone was convicted of witness tampering and lying to Congress during the investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to win the 2016 election. Trump commuted his sentence in July.

“But putting that aside, I don’t think you’ve seen the last of Donald Trump by any means at all.”

Stone said he attended the rally because Trump “saved his life,” and he loves him.

“I don’t want to see them erase his accomplishments,” said Stone. “I saw this with Nixon — they erase your accomplishments. He ended the war in Vietnam, opened the door to China, desegregated schools — but no one knows that. The Trump accomplishments cannot be erased.”

Stone credited Trump with building the strongest economy in American history, rebuilding the military, redoing the trade deals and the greatest job boom in U.S. history. All of which we’ve confirmed.