By Steve Neavling
Lawyers for Paul Manafort, the convicted former campaign boss for President Trump, claimed Wednesday that Robert Mueller’s prosecutors have unfairly accused him of lying to them after he entered a plea deal.
Mueller’s team has alleged Manafort breached his plea agreement by lying to prosecutors about his contacts with Trump administration officials and his interactions with Konstantin Kilimnik, who has alleged ties to Russian intelligence.
Manafort’s attorneys argued in a court filing that Mueller failed to show that Manafort “intentionally provided false information.”
Manafort, 69, has been in solitary confinement and faces sentencing in two different cases.