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Answering the second set of charges brought against him by Mueller's team, Manafort asked the federal court in Alexandria, Virginia for a jury trial.
A trial date was set for July 10.
On February 28 Manafort, 68, also pleaded not guilty in a Washington court to charges of money laundering, illegal lobbying and lying, setting up the first trial to result from Mueller's investigation.
Manafort's former aide in Ukraine and on the Trump campaign, Rick Gates, negotiated a plea deal last month with Mueller, accepting reduced charges in exchange for cooperation in the broader probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russians who interfered in the 2016 presidential race.
But Manafort, a veteran Washington Republican political consultant, has refused to do a deal and will go to trial instead.
The trial related to the charges set in the Washington court will begin on September 17.
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