After Campaign Exit, Manafort Borrowed From Businesses With Trump Ties

A shell company created by Paul Manafort the same day he left the presidential campaign quickly received $13 million in loans from the businesses with ties to Mr. Trump, including one that partners with a Ukrainian-born billionaire and another led by a Trump economic adviser. They were among $20 million in loans secured by properties belonging to Mr. Manafort and his wife.

Publisher: NYTimes | Author: Mike McIntire

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conflict of interest, elections, paul manafort, russia, and trump advisers
DATE PUBLISHED
2017-04-13 (Modified: 2017-04-13)

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