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Trump says he feels ‘very badly’ for both Manafort and Cohen

Donald Trump’s former campaign boss now faces years in prison after the bombshell verdict from the jury in Alexandria, VA – delivered at precisely the same time as Michael Cohen pleaded guilty. Manafort was found guilty by the six men and six women after prosecutors outlined how he used tax then bank fraud to fund a lavish lifestyle, blowing $15,000 on an ostrich jacket paid for by money kept offshore – and not fully disclosed to the IRS. The one-time lobbyist turned to mortgage fraud when his ‘cash spigot’ in Ukraine dried up after its pro-Russia leader was ousted – and he lied to get money when he was Trump’s campaign chairman. The verdict is a blow to critics of the Mueller probe, including the president, whose campaign Manafort chaired for four months. Manafort faces a second trial next month in Washington D.C. on charges of failing to register as a foreign agent.

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