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Paul Manafort to plead guilty as part of plea deal with special counsel

FOXNews.com Friday, 14 September 2018
Paul Manafort to plead guilty as part of plea deal with special counselFormer Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will plead guilty in federal court Friday as part of a plea agreement with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Fox News has learned.
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Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to two counts Friday and is cooperating with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The White House stresses that the charges have nothing to do with the president or his campaign. Scott Wong, senior staff writer for The Hill, joins CBSN with more.

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