'They had it on the table, stacks of money, and they had lists of who to pay,' he said.
Detectives with the newly formed Ukrainian ant-corruption bureau said that while Manafort is included in the 'so-called 'black accounts of the Party of Regions,'... Manafort's name in the list does not mean that he actually got the money, because the signatures that appear in the column of recipients could belong to other people.'Trump has repeatedly praised Russian leader Vladimir Putin and recently urged the country's hackers to find his rival Hillary Clinton's missing emails after reports said they instigated the hack of sensitive Democratic Party emails.
The fired campaign hand told his current employer, CNN, he did not share the story to embarrass his nemesis, rather he was backing up Trump's claim - related to a separate story that ran over the weekend - that the Times is biased.
The Republican commentator invoked Clinton's former chief of staff at the State Department and a report detailing a trip she took to New York to help pick a new executive for her boss' husband's charity.
Mook said, 'Given the pro-Putin policy stances adopted by Donald Trump and the recent Russian government hacking and disclosure of Democratic Party records, Donald Trump has a responsibility to disclose campaign chair Paul Manafort's and all other campaign employees' and advisers' ties to Russian or pro-Kremlin entities, including whether any of Trump's employees or advisers are currently representing and or being paid by them.'An ex-party leader, Taras V.
Chornovil, told the news publication the room used to contain two safes filled with 0 bills.
All in all it will be a fun show highlighting the recent trips to Mariopul and Lugansk.
Manafort's work as a political consultant for Yanokovych's pro-Russia party has been disclosed before but not how he was paid for his services. Or purchase a membership for extra features such as video chat, unlimited contact and more. Get more credits for posting in forums and uploading photos.Hibey says the allegations are politically motivated and meant to 'smear' his client.Investigators from the National Anti-Corruption Bureau are examining the ledger and other documents found in the office in a bid to get to the bottom of a corruption network they say was used to 'loot Ukrainian assets and influence elections' during Yanukovych's administration, according to the Times.