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Manafort and Rick Gates worked with oligarchs tied to Vladimir Putin over the past decade.
Paul Manafort denied assisting Russia in election hacks, while a spokesman called new Ukraine allegations “baseless.”
House Oversight Committee records show the former national security adviser collected nearly $68,000 in 2015.
Frustrated ethics groups argue that the president is violating the Constitution’s “emoluments clause.”
Democrats are poised to grill Rod J. Rosenstein, Trump’s nominee for deputy attorney general, over how the department will investigate Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 election.
The arrangement fell apart but shows that U.S. investigators viewed Christopher Steele as credible.
President’s attorney, former business partner met with Ukrainian lawmaker pushing plan to end hostilities with Moscow.
The ouster of the national security adviser brings more intensity to questions about president and his affinity for Moscow.
Experts in ethics law say her comments violated rules designed to separate government policy from private business dealings.
Walter Shaub Jr. has been in Republican crosshairs for his rebuke of Trump’s plan to separate his business empire from the presidency.