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Mueller Closes In on Manafort

The special counsel’s team executed a search warrant on the former Trump campaign chair’s home.
Source: Carlo Allegri / Reuters

FBI agents directed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller raided a home owned by Paul Manafort last month in the latest sign that the Russia investigation is taking an aggressive new posture toward the former Trump campaign chairman.

According to , federal agents at an Alexandria, Virginia, home owned by Manafort on described the warrant as “wide-ranging” and said Mueller’s team left Manafort’s home with various records. subsequently reported that investigators were “tax documents and foreign banking records.”

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