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The former chairman of the campaign remaining trump Paul Manafort & # 39; in & # 39; hands of the FBI and the office & # 39; special counsel Robert Mueller after its meeting in & # 39; in September, the office of Mr. Mueller claimed Monday in & # 39; which was a breach of the agreement by a person with major assets in the probe.
In presenting & # 39; three pages, with Mr Mueller's office alleged that Mr. Manafort, who was convicted guilty of & # 39; conspiracy against the United States and obstacles to justice and agreed to cooperate with & # 39; investigation of Mr. Mueller about Russian interference in the 2016 election, after his plea.
In the same presentation, Mr. Manafort disputed the characterization of its cooperation by Mr Mueller and said he met & # 39; with the government "at & # 39; several occasions and answered the government's questions."
The filing added that Mr. Manafort "believes that providing true information and disagrees with the characterization or the government violated the agreement."
Both sides asked the court to set date & # 39; conviction. The filing says the Mr Mueller team presents a detailed submission outlining what's called "crimes and lies" Mr Manafort f & # 39; a later date.
Mr. Manafort was sentenced in & # 39; August & # 39; eight tax-related charges and bank fraud. In the month & # 39; later, he declared himself guilty of & # 39; two little federal crimes before he was scheduled to face a second trial for conspiracy against U.S. and other offenses.
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