U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort has again pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in the investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election and will face another trial in July.
The federal judge in Virginia set July 10 as the start of Manafort's trial.
A grand jury there indicted Manafort on charges that he hid from the Internal Revenue Service tens of millions of dollars he earned advising pro-Russia politicians in Ukraine.
In one instance, Manafort allegedly dealt with an unpaid $300,000 American Express bill by telling a bank that Gates had borrowed his credit card and run up the charges, the indictment says.
Paul Manafort last week pleaded not guilty in a related case in Washington, D.C., where he is set to go to trial September 17.
Attorney Andrew Weissman, representing Special Counsel Robert Mueller, told the judge he expects the government will bring forward 20 to 25 witnesses.
An additional 18 counts were levied against Manafort in Virginia.
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Prosecutors had offered to combine the indictments in the District, but Manafort refused to do so.
The alterations exaggerated his income so he could take out mortgages on properties he owned for years in New York City and the Hamptons, using the funds to pay for luxury items, clothes, trips, tuition and home renovations, prosecutors said.
Newly released court documents show that a federal judge reprimanded Paul Manafort for breaking a gag order she had imposed on his case. "I recognize that on that date there were hundreds of articles indicating that your business partner pled guilty to conspiring with you", she said.
According to the superseding indictment filed by Mueller on February 22, from 2006 through the present, Manafort served as a representative for the Ukrainian government, specifically, Ukraine's President Viktor Yankukovych.
He was pictured holding a sign that read "Blood Money" outside the federal courthouse in which former Trump advisor Rick Gates pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy and false statements charges.
The case is the second linked to the Mueller probe. He requested the Justice Department rescind Mueller's appointment.