Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating a law requiring the disclosure of lobbying for foreign interests, becoming the latest person in President Donald Trump’s orbit to admit to criminal wrongdoing under his administration.

Broidy, a former top fundraiser for Trump, was charged last week with conspiring to break the Foreign Agents Registration Act, a decades-old statute that returned to prominence in recent years as the special counsel’s office brought prosecutions alleging covert foreign influence.

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