Paul Manafort

Donald Trump's former campaign chairman pleads not guilty to 16 new felony fraud charges after he is led past a throng of press and onlookers.
"I feel so violated," Manafort whined of being prosecuted for his many crimes.
The president's former campaign manager was expected to be transferred to the notorious New York City jail sometime this month.
Trump's former campaign chair, who now faces state fraud charges, is already serving a seven-plus year federal sentence.
The former Trump campaign chairman was convicted of tax evasion and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
"His preference is secretary of the Army," Paul Manafort wrote Jared Kushner about his banker, Stephen Calk.
Paul Manafort secured $16 million in loans from Stephen Calk, prosecutors say.
The indictments would stem from his lobbying work for Ukraine in 2012.
The special counsel’s office said it was facing the “press of other work” and needed more time to comply with the request.
Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for a variety of charges.
It's the second sentencing for Trump's former campaign chairman in as many weeks.
The former Trump campaign chairman faces up to 10 additional years in prison when he is sentenced Wednesday in Washington.
The late-night comedian evoked Dwight Schrute to make his point about Donald Trump's former campaign chairman.
The former Trump campaign chairman was sentenced to less than four years in prison for eight counts of bank and tax fraud.
"One of my friends says we have a criminal justice system that treats you better if you're rich and guilty than if you're poor and innocent."
"What I would like is for Trump to review my situation and Pardon me," wrote Texas prisoner Crystal Mason.
The president's message came after former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was sentenced Thursday to 47 months in prison.
Here’s how the late-night comedians reacted to the news Trump associate Paul Manafort received a fraction of the prison sentence that prosecutors had hoped for.
Here’s how Stephen Colbert and James Corden dissected former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s surprisingly lenient prison sentence.
The veteran journalist described it as "a slap on the wrist" for "a big-time criminal."