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>> Congratulations, you look great in orange.>> A federal judge on Sunday rejected a last ditch effort by former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos to postpone his sentence of 14 days in federal prison for lying to the FBI. The ruling coming just one day before Papadopoulos is due to report for that sentence.
He pleaded guilty last year to making false statements to FBI agents investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. The ex-foreign policy adviser for the Trump campaign tried to delay going to prison while a separate case plays out in which a grand jury witnesses is challenging the legality of Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel.
But the judge said the motion to delay lacked merit, and added that he saw little chance the pending challenge to Mueller's authority would succeed. Papadopoulos was sentenced in September, making him the first Trump advisor to be sentenced in the special counsel investigation. His two-week stretch behind bars starts Monday.