Paul Manafort is nowhere near the end of his legal saga.

For the former Trump campaign chairman, convicted Tuesday of tax and bank fraud, a number of factors could still determine his fate. Will his lawyers try to work some deal with prosecutors? Could the president, who tweeted Wednesday morning that he felt “very badly for Paul Manafort and his wonderful family,” pardon his onetime campaign chairman?

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