Manafort Admitted to Sharing Polling Data with Russians, Court Documents Say


WASHINGTON, D.C. — Newly filed court documents reveal Paul Manafort admitted to sharing polling data with a Russian man while he was chairman of the Trump Presidential Campaign.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team says that man has ties to Russian intelligence.

Plus, the Supreme Court Monday turned away an effort by an unnamed foreign government-owned corporation to resist a subpoena related to Mueller’s investigation.

The court’s order restores a daily fine the company will face that had been put on hold by Chief Justice John Roberts while the full court considered the issue. 

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