Text messages stolen from Paul Manafort Jr.’s daughter are causing fresh headaches for the lawyer and veteran political consultant as he faces investigations in both the U.S. and Ukraine.

As a former top campaign adviser to President Donald Trump, Manafort was already back in the headlines this week following FBI Director James Comey Jr.’s confirmation to Congress of an investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.

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