Despite pleading guilty to lying to the FBI and earning a two-week jail sentence earlier this month, George Papadopoulos’ legal troubles are far from over.

The one-time foreign policy adviser to President Donald Trump is also a defendant—along with the Russian Federation and more than a dozen others—in a civil suit filed last April in Manhattan federal district court by the Democratic National Committee over  alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election.

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