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Manafort sent to jail after charges of witness tampering
Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, was ordered to jail on June 15, pending trial after special counsel Robert S. Mueller III filed new claims against him for witness tampering and argued that he violated the terms of his bail.
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