Paul Manafort indicted
Manafort's Banker Tried to Bribe His Way Into Becoming Trump’s Treasury Secretary with $16 Million in Loans
Stephen Calk, 54, approved $16 million worth of loans to Manafort, President Trump’s disgraced former campaign chairman, while forwarding a list of senior administration positions and ambassadorships he wanted in exchange, prosecutors said in a statement
The charges were announced in an emailed press release by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance moments after a judge in Washington sentenced Manafort for a completely separate series of crimes.
“In the end, Manafort acted for more than a decade as if he were above the law.”
He just asked for an extension to keep working with arguably his most important remaining cooperator through March.
“Like much of Trump World, this is all very weird and worrisome.”
Manafort shared internal polling data with alleged Russian spy during campaign, according to court filing
Those details and more were accidentally shared with the entire world on Tuesday by Manafort’s lawyers.
“This is a huge moment for Mueller.”
"It is your duty to agree upon a verdict if you can do so."
Also, the jury wants to be out for the weekend by 5 p.m. sharp.
Mueller’s team paints Manafort as a “wildly successful” political operative twisted by greed in closing argument
“Ladies and gentlemen, this is a case about Paul Manafort and his money.”
After weeks of Manafort sitting silently at a table in front of the hundred courtroom observers, his raspy baritone filled the courtroom for the first time.
“Do you recall telling the special counsel that you engaged in four extramarital affairs?”