Since his indictment last October, Paul Manafort has steadfastly fought the special counsel at every turn as other past advisers of President Donald Trump have struck plea deals, cooperated with investigators and—in the case of Rick Gates—testified for prosecutors in court.
With his conviction Tuesday on tax and bank fraud charges, the former Trump campaign chairman faces the firm prospect of a long prison sentence. And there’s more to come as Manafort’s defense team readies for another trial, this time in a Washington, D.C., federal court that’s set to begin Sept. 17.
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