When Tapper asked whether Trump could face impeachment, Starr said that he hoped not because "impeachment is hell".
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"They may think they know what Manafort has to say because he was part of that joint defense agreement, but they have to know that he may not have told them the full truth", Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on NBC's "Meet the Press". The deal went south and Deripaska has since sued Manafort.
Starr also contrasted Clinton's and Trump's styles, saying, "Bill Clinton had a very different style - charismatic, attractive and so forth - whereas Donald Trump comes directly at you as a NY street fighter". Eisen added. "Don Jr".
Manafort admitted to engineering a scheme in which a front company was set up in Brussels to hide Ukrainian government payments to his own lobbying firm and several others, including the Mercury Group, a bipartisan operation, the Podesta Group, run by Tony Podesta, brother of Clinton's campaign chairman, and the Skadden Arps law firm, in the person of Gregory Craig, a White House counsel under Obama and a defense lawyer during the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann said at the beginning of Friday's plea hearing that Manafort has agreed to cooperate with investigators, saying the 17-page plea document included the terms of Manafort's expected cooperation. He's on to him. "So it is a very significant breakthrough". Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, had suggested a pardon might be a possibility after the investigation was concluded.
Manafort is the son of former New Britain Mayor Paul J. Manafort. "How biased they are!"
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Special counsel Robert Mueller's office accused Manafort of failing to register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agent Registration Act, a previously obscure law that was recently catapulted into the public spotlight thanks to Mueller's investigation into foreign interference in the 2016 presidential race.
Experts pointed out that the plea deal explicitly says that "no agreements, promises, promises, or representations" were made outside of what is contained within that September 14 written agreement. "I'm surprised that we are where we are, that Manafort is cooperating".
"This had absolutely nothing to do with the president or his victorious 2016 presidential campaign. It shows you've admitted your guilt", he said on Friday before a deal was announced.
Manafort spoke the words, "I plead guilty", in a Washington, DC courtroom, and accepted a requirement that he answer "fully, truthfully, completely and forthrightly" questions about "any and all matters" that Mueller wants to ask about. "There are no limits".
Manafort will be sentenced after he completes his cooperation with the special counsel, which may well affect the length of the sentence.
"Who is up the chain from Paul Manafort?".
He even earned President Trump's praise for declining to cut a deal.
"While my (our) poll numbers are good, with the Economy being the best ever, if it weren't for the Rigged Russian Witch Hunt, they would be 25 points higher!" Though Mueller has shrouded his probe in secrecy, he is pushing to wrap up a substantial portion of his investigative work soon and is referring cases to USA attorney's offices that can handle prosecutions once the special counsel probe is disbanded, according to those familiar with Mueller's work who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive legal deliberations.