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>> Special counsel Robert Mueller on Friday, added more criminal charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort,. While also indicting Konstantin Kilimnik, a longtime associate of Manafort's with alleged ties to Russian intelligence. Both Manafort and Kilimnik have been charged with obstructing justice in their attempts to tamper with witnesses about their lobbying work for Ukraine.
It's the third time Mueller has added additional charges against Manafort, who's awaiting trial next month in Virginia. But it marks the first time Kilimnik, who in previous court filings was referred to as only person A, was named. Kilimnik has denied such allegations. In a court filing earlier this week, Mueller asked a federal judge to revoke or revise the terms of Manafort's release ahead of trial, due to allegations of witness tampering.
Manafort's lawyers had been given a deadline of Friday to respond to those charges.