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Opinion | The key to the Mueller investigation is Paul Manafort’s life
Columnist David Ignatius says that by the time Paul Manafort met his end as Donald Trump's presidential campaign manager, his life was shattered. Manafort faced financial ruin and charges in the Mueller investigation, Ignatius says, chaos that was mirrored in the campaign.
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