"You have to be very specific".
"FBI agents executed a search warrant at one of Mr. Manafort's residences", Manafort's spokesperson Jason Maloni told CNN Wednesday. That raid was initially reported by the Washington Post. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism that is degrading to another person. "I think he's a bad guy and everybody who knew his history at that moment". This is a deep and active investigation that appears to be growing rather than shrinking. Privately, his supporters question Mueller's work to unearth conduct with no apparent connection to the 2016 election. He also reiterated that Manafort has "consistently cooperated with law enforcement and other serious inquiries and did so on this occasion as well".
It came a day after Manafort met staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Post said, citing unidentified people familiar with the probe.
The content of those documents was not immediately clear.
Manafort worked for years as a political consultant advising the pro-Russian Party of Regions and its leader, former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
The driver's motive was unclear, but officials said he deliberately aimed at the soldiers, and counterterrorism authorities opened an investigation.
Paramount auctioned the house to an unidentified buyer in March for $2.14 million.
The 6 a.m. raid on Manafort's Virginia home last month seemingly caught his legal team by surprise.
The documents included materials Manafort had already provided to Congress, said people familiar with the search. That investigation has been incorporated into the Russia probe.
Manafort's business associates also risk being engulfed by the probe.
Michael Dry, a lawyer for Gates, also declined to comment. Now in Austria, Firtash has been charged in an unrelated case with paying bribes in India in violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. "Paul Manafort pitched himself well".
Investigators in the Russia inquiry have previously sought documents with subpoenas, which are less intrusive and confrontational than a search warrant. The partnership received $25 million from Firtash, according to court records filed in a New York federal lawsuit. The attacker and soldiers were hospitalized.
The plaintiffs in that CMZ civil suit, including the former prime minister of Ukraine, Yulia Tymoshenko, alleged the real purpose of the firm was to launder money through the U.S. financial system that Firtash had obtained improperly by skimming sales of natural gas to Ukraine. A federal judge agreed, dismissing the lawsuit in 2015.
Smoking, pets and parties are no-nos. Trump has said Mueller should limit the investigation to only the events of the 2016 campaign. The tabloid published a story Wednesday with embarrassing details about his personal life.
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