Trump Pardon Fails To Keep Manafort Out Of Legal Trouble

Former Donald Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort has been hit with a new civil lawsuit from the Justice Department, related to unresolved charges the DOJ says were not covered by Trump’s pardon of Manafort. 
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  1. the pardon power should be gone or at least modified. you can only pardon if you tell what its for and you can only say the truth. if the president lies the president and the one he pardoned should get arrested.
    example i pardon him for taking money out of a cancer charity for his own pocket. if the reason is bad enough like that they both get arrested. nobody shouldn't get away with such criminal activity! thats how you fix a broken system. if people in power can easily get arrested like a normal citizen there wouldn't be a corrupt government.

  2. I wonder how he and Bannon gets the citizenship, they know they were communists Bannon try to mess with the Ukranian president because he was putin supporter, also on the US Citizen application we have a question that says do you belong to a communist or a Nazi party, and they reboque that aplication if you answer yes, mean that they lie to the inmigration judge and he is supposed to be arrest and deported to his origen country, bet tha Zelensky received them with open arms.

  3. Individuals who receive a Presidential Pardon are sti a convicted individual.
    A pardon only keeps them out of jail.
    Only the Courts can remove the conviction, not The President.

  4. It wasn't "an absolutely crazy thin", because the entire Trump campaign was a Russian GRU operation on America Fat Orange 45 as Puppet Asset and Manafort as Agent of Putin !

  5. Sometimes Trump's stupidity can brighten our day go figure there's still an opportunity to put this mongrel narcissistic money hungry criminal back in prison praise the Lord I'm going to church on Sunday

  6. No no. He didn't, "Sell his mansion for 10 million dollars"
    He sold his mansion for, "10 million dollars ABOVE the asking price"


  8. Manafort was being paid for giving away the eastern part of Ukraine to Russia costing 17,000 lives in a war manafort's got blood money on his hands

  9. President Trump in office? Let’s see……. Strong dollar, strong borders, record setting stock market, energy independent, record low unemployment, respect from enemies, peace in the Middle East, low gas prices………. Though he hurt feelings so he had to go. Wait till he’s back in 2024. 🇺🇸

  10. Biden is 100% inept. Trump is intelligent and witty. He will be back in 2024 to once again clean up Bidens crap he left behind.

  11. wish I could believe that Manafort will finally face justice. but I don't believe it. Unfortunately, I believe this MSNBC news article is too positive and is wrong.

  12. You do know what Joe Biden and his family were doing in Ukraine also….right??? This is cute about Manaford. News flash. He doesn’t matter anymore. Joe Biden is the freakin President. He was the point man for Ukraine in the OB/JB admin. His son, Hunter…was on the board of a corrupt Ukrainian gas Co!? Burrisma. I don’t care about Manaford. But you should care about what the Biden’s were doing in Ukraine. (The most corrupt country)
    I can’t even take you seriously. “Come on man!” As your peeps would say.

  13. Sounds like Manafort is the Ukraine Criminal and tRUMP Republicans are blaming Hunter as a diversion . Typical tRUMP way .

  14. Clinton had operated nefariously in her dealings with Russia. Bill Clinton had given a $500,000 speech in Russia. Clinton had given her approval in handing one-fifth of U.S. uranium to Russia, after which her foundation received $2.35 million from the Russian-controlled company. Suspiciously, Clinton did not disclose the transaction.
    Likewise, Clinton campaign chief John Podesta sat on the board of a company that received $35 million from the Russian government alongside fellow board members Anatoly Chubais, a senior Russian official, and Ruben Vardanyan, an oligarch.

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