A federal judge in Alexandria, Virginia, set a February sentencing date for Paul Manafort, after a lawyer for the one-time Trump campaign chairman said he was experiencing health issues.

Manafort, who was convicted in August on eight tax and bank fraud charges, was pushed into the Eastern District of Virginia courtroom in a wheelchair Friday afternoon. He wore a dark green jumpsuit that read “Alexandria inmate” on his upper back.

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