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>> Why are you pleading guilty? Why are you pleading guilty?>> A former top aide to Donald Trump's Presidential campaign pleaded guilty to federal charges Friday. The latest twist in the investigation into Russian meddling in the US election. Rick Gates, former Deputy Campaign Manager for Trump, admitted to conspiring against the United States and lying to investigators.
Gates served alongside former Campaign Chair, Paul Manafort, also indicted by special counsel, Robert Mueller. Reuters US Diplomatic Correspondent, Warren Strobel.>> The main significance of Gates pleading guilty is it puts more pressure on his business partner Paul Manafort. And from what we know, Mueller's not talking. But from what we know, he appears to be pursuing a strategy to put maximum pressure on Manafort to also plead to charges.
And to cooperate with his investigation.>> Gates and Manafort were charged in October with money laundering. And failing to disclose lobbying work for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine. Mueller, this week, filed dozens of new charges against the two, so far, none of them accuse the pair of collusion with Moscow.
Manafort holding firm in a statement Friday, saying. I had hoped and expected my business colleague would have had the strength to continue the battle to prove our innocence. For reasons yet to surface, he chose to do otherwise.