By dangling a pardon, Trump could have kept quiet the best source of information about a conspiracy with Russia: campaign manager Paul Manafort.
Judge Jackson chided Manafort at sentencing, saying it was "hard to overstate" the numbers of lies he had told and the fraud he had committed.
Konstantin Kilimnik, named as a Russian agent by the FBI, told the Wall Street Journal: “I have never had anything to do with any intelligence service of Russia."
District Attorney Cy Vance in Manhattan reportedly has devised a plan that would undermine any attempt by Trump to pardon Manafort.
Paul Manafort’s plea deal is gone for good, thanks to a finding from Judge Amy Berman Jackson that Manafort lied to the special counsel. With his sentencing date of March 13 coming up quickly, and the possibility of ...
Reprinted with permission from Alternet. Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled Wednesday that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team has shown that Paul Manafort, who served as President Donald Trump’s campaign chair, lied to investigators after agreeing ...
The Times reported that Paul Manafort gave Trump campaign polls to a former Russian spy -- and to a Putin-connected oligarch, Oleg Deripaska.