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U.S. Rests Its Case Friday Against Manafort
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10 Aug 2018 01:44 PM EST

Reuters reports that U.S. prosecutors plan to wrap up a case on Friday against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Jurors expected to hear about his dangling a Trump administration job to the chief executive of a Chicago bank that gave him $16 million in loans. Manafort faces 18 felony counts. Four of them involve the $16 million of loans prosecutors say were extended by Federal in late 2016 and early 2017. The loans were extended thanks to a quid pro with its bank’s chief executive, Stephen Calk. Gates testified this week, Manafort emailed his long-time associate, Rick Gates, in late 2016 asking for the incoming Trump administration to consider tapping Calk for Secretary of the Army.

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