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Trump Campaign Chief's firm got $17 million from Pro-Russia party

Filing serves as retroactive admission that Paul Manafort performed work on behalf of Ukraine

Nicholas Confessore Mike McIntire & Barry Meier | NYT 

Paul Manafort, who was forced out as President Trump’s campaign chairman last summer after five months of infighting and criticism about his business dealings with pro-Russian interests, disclosed Tuesday that his consulting firm had received more than $17 million over two years from a Ukrainian political party with links to the Kremlin. The filing serves as a retroactive admission that Mr. Manafort performed work in the United States on behalf of a foreign power — Ukraine’s Party of Regions — without disclosing it at the time, as required by law. The Party ...

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First Published: Wed, June 28 2017. 12:36 IST