Manafort added a sentence to 7.5 years and found it difficult to pardon

The judge, U.S. district court in Washington, DC Amy Berman Jackson «threw» Half Manafort, sentenced in Virginia to 47 months in prison, another 43 months of imprisonment. In the end, this means 7.5 years in custody. Simultaneously, today of the Manhattan district attorney brought up on charges in mortgage fraud. This will make it difficult to pardon if one was planning trump.


via @SpectatorUSA The fall of Paul John Manafort Jr.

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The district attorney of Manhattan Cyrus Vance Jr., said that the new York Grand jury has accused Manafort in 16 counts, including mortgage fraud, conspiracy, falsifying business records and fraud. In the presence of charges Manafort can’t get a state pardon.

Cyrus Vance Jr. released information about the charges in just a few minutes after it became aware of the decision of the district court in Washington, almost doubling the real prison term for a lawyer, trump, who became a victim of investigation Robert Mueller. Addressing the journalists after the verdict, counsel for Manafort Kevin Downing said that Jackson showed «the brutality that was hostile and completely unnecessary,» reports CBS News.

Trump says he has not given a thought about pardoning Paul Manafort: “I do feel badly for Paul Manafort”

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Donald trump today commented on the situation, saying that is very sympathetic to Manafort: «This is a very sad situation. Of course, humanly, it is a very sad thing. I feel bad for him.» However, the President denied today that even thought about making a pardon Manafort: