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>> Lock him up!>> Lock him up!>> Lock him up!>> President Trump's former Campaign Manager Paul Manafort said he's being treated like VIP in jail. That's according to a court filing from prosecutors, who say Manafort was heard making that remark in a taped phone call. Reuters Correspondent Nathan Lane has more.
>> He has basically access to a personal phone all day. He doesn't have to wear a prison uniform. He's made a workaround for the jail restriction on emails, in a sense he types emails on a second PC. His lawyers or his legal take that PC outside the cell and transmit his emails.
>> But Manafort, who's trying to get his first trial postponed, is arguing his conditions in jail are unfair, saying he is having a hard time meeting and communicating with lawyers. Far from restrictive, prosecutors argue Manafort has placed more than 300 calls with attorneys and others over the past three weeks.
Despite Manafort's complaints, he says he wants to stay in the jail he's in over concerns about safety and adjusting to a new facility. But a judge on Wednesday ordered that he be moved to a detention center closer to his lawyers, rejecting the notion that he would not be safe there.
Manafort's lawyers did not respond to a request for comment.