Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has taken quite a fall since his days as a high-paid lobbyist. According to a Sunday report from the New York Times, Manafort was an enviable figure in Washington in his younger days. He’s described as “tall” and “good looking,” attracted to “opulence.” These days, the…
As the trial of former Donald Trump campaign advisor Paul Manafort drags on, two things are slowly becoming clear:
Longtime Paul Manafort protege and former deputy chairman for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign Rick Gates testified under oath on Monday that he helped his former mentor file false tax forms, in what has become the most dramatic moment of Manafort’s federal trial to date.
As former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s trial trundles on, increasingly amusing details are emerging. Yesterday, we learned that Manafort owned a $15,000 jacket made of ostrich. Today, it looks like it’s time to argue about the definition of the term “oligarch.”
It’s not difficult to know what our nation’s projector-in-chief worries about every day, because he conveys his anxiety through Twitter. And judging by the frequency with which he has been tweeting about the special counsel’s Russia probe lately, things are likely heating up on that front.
ABC News aired the wrong graphics during a special report on President Trump’s decision to sign an executive order ending his zero family separation policy and wound up falsely reporting that former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort had pleaded guilty to five charges of manslaughter.
Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, left a DC courtroom on Friday on his way to jail.
Today marked another break in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the links between Russia and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. This is a big one—one that edges us excruciatingly closer to the Truth.
The office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller is asking a federal court to revise the terms of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s bail, or revoke it entirely, after Manafort tampered with potential witnesses, according to court documents filed Monday.
The BBC reports that Michael Cohen was paid $400,000 by “intermediaries” representing Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko to set up a meeting between Poroshenko and Trump.
President Trump was in fine, unhinged form during his appearance at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting in Dallas on Friday. He did everything from graphically describing and acting out acts of mass killing with guns to dissing John Kerry and thanking Kanye West.
In the latest drip from the Russia probe news spigot, the New York Times reported on Wednesday that President Trump’s lawyer floated the idea of pardoning disgraced former advisers Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn last year.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is extremely not done investigating Paul Manafort, the onetime campaign manager for Donald Trump who was indicted for money laundering and who, we discovered yesterday, is also under scrutiny for allegedly promising a Chicago banker a place in Trump’s White House in exchange for a…
Paul Manafort—the onetime campaign manager of Donald Trump who was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller on charges of money laundering (among other crimes)—is now facing a whole new federal probe, per NBC News.
Another former member of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign reportedly will plead guilty to charges resulting from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, the Los Angeles Times reported on Sunday.
Paul Manafort, best known for his short-lived stint as the campaign manager for then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, filed a lawsuit in a US District Court in Washington on Wednesday against the Department of Justice and Robert Mueller.
U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson apparently doesn’t buy into the idea that accused white–collar criminals don’t have to follow the same rules as everyone else.
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller is finally making moves in his investigation into possible collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been ordered to surrender to federal authorities as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election.