Prosecutors on special counsel Robert Mueller's team reportedly told former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort that they planned to indict him while they raided his Virginia home in July. The report comes at a time when the investigation appears to be picking up steam as the federal prosecutor continues to sniff around the White House for leads. Mueller has reportedly issued a series of subpoenas to pressure witnesses to testify before a grand jury, including Manafort's spokesman who reportedly testified before a federal grand jury in Washington on Friday as well as one of his former lawyers in which Mueller claimed an exception to attorney-client privacy rule.
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