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Mueller’s revelations so far aren’t particularly damning—but the White House has been put on notice

The news about Manafort and Papadopoulos isn't enough to bring down the presidency. But it will still worry Trump

By Andrew Stuttaford  

The news about Manafort and Papadopolous isn't enough to bring down the presidency. But it will still worry Trump. Photo: PA

The unsealing of a grand jury indictment of Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s campaign manager in mid-2016, did not come as much of a shock. Long-standing suspicions about Manafort’s dealings with Ukraine and what the Washington Post has delicately referred to as his “complicated financial past” were bad enough, but when the FBI descended on his house in a pre-dawn raid in August, well…

Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed to look into possible…

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