The ruling came after Paul Manafort’s attorneys argued that they needed more time to sort through the more than 1,600 pieces of evidence that special counsel Robert Mueller’s team intends to introduce at trial.
By Eric Tucker, Chad Day, Associated Press
The jury on Tuesday found Manafort guilty on eight counts. The judge declared a mistrial on 10 counts the jury was deadlocked on.
By Judy Woodruff, Yamiche Alcindor, Lisa Desjardins, Matt Loffman
Fallout continued today after a guilty plea and a guilty verdict for two men with close ties to President Trump in federal court on a combined 16 counts, ranging from tax fraud to campaign finance violations. Yamiche Alcindor, Lisa Desjardins…
This week, a barrage of developments occurred around figures within President Trump’s inner circle. Senator Mark Warner, D-Virginia, joins Judy Woodruff to review the Manafort conviction, the Cohen guilty plea, whether Warner expects Cohen to testify on Capitol Hill and…
Are the crimes of Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen affecting how President Trump is perceived among Republican colleagues? Senator Mike Rounds, R-South Dakota, talks to Judy Woodruff about ramifications for the president, including whether the latest news is distracting from…
By Associated Press
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is holding a briefing at 2:15 p.m. EDT. Watch her remarks here.
By Lisa Desjardins
In the span of two hours yesterday, two former Trump associates were guilty in court and a Congressman was indicted for misusing campaign funds. Here's what happened and what we're watching now.
A jury found President Trump's 2016 campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty on eight counts of bank and tax fraud, and failing to disclose foreign bank accounts. A mistrial was declared on 10 other counts. Judy Woodruff learns more from William…
By Matthew Barakat, Chad Day, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort guilty of 8 charges; mistrial declared on 10 others.
By Tess Conciatori
Reporters have made standing in line an early-morning routine, stashing away iPhones and smartwatches to witness special counsel Robert Mueller’s team bring its first case in the Russia probe to trial.
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