Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to one count of conspiracy and one count of lying to federal investigators.

Gates, the deputy to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, originally pleaded not guilty in October in federal court in Washington, D.C,. to a 12-count indictment brought by Robert Mueller, the special counsel. On Thursday, Gates and Manafort were charged with an additional 32 counts of bank and tax fraud.

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