To the former head of the campaign headquarters Paul Manafort have rendered a damning verdict, he is threatened by long prison term. Besides, the former lawyer of Trump Michael Coen admitted commission of crimes at the request of the client the U.S. President Donald Trump. Photo: Oliver Contreras/Zuma/TASS at the U.S. President Donald Trump wasn't set the Last Tuesday: two sharply negative events have fallen upon the White House at once. First, the former head of an election campaign of Trump and the former political strategist of Victor Yanukovych Paul Manafort have been found guilty on 8 of 18 counts. His maximum imprisonment term can reach 80 years. Business concerns financial crimes, but not expected conspiracy with Russia, however all the same is more than painful for Trump. Secondly, the former lawyer of the president Michael Coen has pled guilty to violation of the law about financing of political campaigns, having called Trump the accomplice. In particular, according to him, during the election campaign he paid mistresses of future president for silence "in coordination and according to instructions of the candidate". News to Fox News was commented by professor of the George Washington University Johnathan Terli:dzhonatan Turley professor of the George Washington University "These are bad news. If the court recognizes Manafort's testimonies, it will turn out that the president becomes an accomplice. Everything is simple. If they decide that indications are truthful that to Coen have ordered to make these payments, and this obvious violation of the law about financing of election campaigns, then the president turns into the accomplice against whom charges aren't brought yet. It is clear to any lawyer in the White House. It is far more dangerous, than Manafort's business, here the president is right, it doesn't concern him at all. Unlike Coen's business". Donald Trump has already commented on a sentence to Paul Manafort, having waved away from questions of consequences. According to him, Manafort is the good person, but in general his business "doesn't concern", and conspiracy with Russia wasn't. As the American leader, all this "a shame and witch-hunt" has said. After remarks journalists have begun to ask questions of Coen's recognition about Manafort, but the president has just ignored them. What is even more dangerous to the White House, now Coen plans to cooperate with the special prosecutor Robert Müller, though is informal, not within the transaction with the investigation. As own lawyer Lanni Davies has told it, Coen can tell Müller about so-called conspiracy of Trump with Russia. Remarks of the defender were heard on air of MSNBC:LANNI Davies Michael Coen's lawyer "Mr. Coen has certain information which will be rather interesting to the special prosecutor, he will be glad to her to share. Not only about an obvious potential plot against the American democracy and an electoral system — — but also about cybercrimes and the hacker attacks about which Trump knew or I didn't foreknow the speech about Trump Jr. meeting with the Russian lawyer Veselnitska which he, maybe, even supported. We know that he did it publicly, but whether he had also a classified information? Those
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