Lawyer attacks president over "Tim Apple" confusion and claiming it has been proven there was no collusion with Russia.
"It's callous, it was hostile and totally unnecessary," Kevin Downing said about the additional sentence, amid yells of "traitor" directed at Manafort.
"There may be grounds for removal from office or there may be grounds for indictment after he leaves office that the Congress discovers," Schiff said.
Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort could face several more years in prison, depending on what the judge in D.C. decides.
"It did seem that the sentence maybe was much more than perhaps other people get for bigger crimes."
"He has to be careful. They may think: 'Here's this rich guy who got caught and the president can't get him out so why is he more special than us?'"
Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said that U.S. "internal political games, of course, concern our country."
Ellis will decide if Manafort will effectively spend the remainder of his life in prison.
The former Trump campaign chairman and political consultant indicted in 2017 as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation could receive up to 24 years in prison.
"We see that foreign intelligence services are seeking to bolster their efforts on the Russian front," Putin warned.
Brennan said he expected "the final indictments, as well as the report to the attorney general" very soon.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced the hiring of an investigations director with "significant" experience pursuing international Russian organized crime.
Ty Cobb's comments came as House Democrats ramped up their investigations into the president, including two new wide-ranging inquiries launched on Monday.
"The Mueller Report is essential reading for all citizens concerned about the fate of the presidency and the future of our democracy."
A poll of American voters 40 percent of Republican voters believe President Donald Trump should resist attempts to subpoena his administration after special counsel Robert Mueller delivers his report.
Democrats on the House Oversight Committee tell Newsweek they're eager to hear from Donald Trump Jr. and Trump Organization executive Allen Weisselberg following Michael Cohen's testimony.
"It's way too close to the line for comfort, that is for sure," a former federal prosecutor told Newsweek on Wednesday about Roger Stone's comment.
Trump's attorneys told The New York Times that the notes were a jewel in special counsel Robert Mueller's evidence that President Donald Trump may have obstructed justice.
"If anyone in Trump world is breathing easy right now, I'd say they are very foolish," a former defense lawyer for Rick Gates, Trump's ex-campaign deputy chairman, told Politico.
The January raid on Stone's home was caught live on camera by CNN, prompting some to speculate how the news organization knew it was going to happen.
Donald Trump hasn't explicitly said he'll pardon Paul Manafort, but if he does, it won't affect state-level charges against him.
Former Trump campaign adviser Sam Nunberg said he believed the report by special counsel Robert Mueller would lay the foundation for the House to bring articles of impeachment against the president.