Richard Gates, a former deputy chairman on the Trump presidential campaign and a onetime business partner of Paul Manafort, was sentenced Tuesday to three years of probation, with 45 days of “intermittent confinement,” after pleading guilty to a raft of crimes and cooperating in some of the highest-profile prosecutions connected to the special counsel’s investigation.
Gates had pleaded guilty in February 2018, beginning his new life as a key witness for Robert Mueller III, the appointed special counsel who investigated the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia and the president’s efforts to impede the inquiry.
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