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Paul Manafort getting 'VIP' treatment in prison with private cell, bathroom, phone, laptop, special counsel says

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Wednesday, 11 July 2018 ()

Paul Manafort getting 'VIP' treatment in prison with private cell, bathroom, phone, laptop, special counsel saysFormer Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is being treated like a “VIP” in prison, according to the latest court filing by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team on Wednesday opposing his request to delay his trial.
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News video: Paul Manafort Thinks He's Being Treated Like A 'VIP' In Jail, Special Counsel Says

▶ Paul Manafort Thinks He's Being Treated Like A 'VIP' In Jail, Special Counsel Says 03:09

After weeks of him saying he couldn't prepare for his late July trial behind bars, a federal judge ordered the former Donald Trump campaign chairman to be transferred to an Alexandria, Virginia, detention facility minutes from DC.

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