Listen: Paul Manafort, Paulie And President discussed on John Batchelor
"Very badly for Paul Manafort. I think it's a very very tough time for him. But if you notice his lawyer. Highly respected man, and a very highly respected judge the judge. There was no collusion with Russia. Nothing to do with collusion. Delusion. I don't collude with that's pretty budget. Right. He made it clear that he accepts responsibility for the sentence. According to his lawyer, and then he added there's absolutely no evidence to Paul Manafort was involved in any collusion with any government official from Russia. Now, some people are saying Manafort may have said this to set up a pardon in the future. From the president. This may be his way of doing data in sending the message that he wants a pardon. Well, and this is where we get to the gangster. Paulie? And if he's been listening to all the little people probably telling him that if you behave. Well, some things could work out. Okay. For you behind the bind bars. Well, here's what I'm thinking. I'm thinking he got such a lenient sentence that there would be no need for a pardon. I heard that take the other day that this actually makes it harder for President Trump to pardon. Paulie, Paul Manafort because it's so lenient to begin that doesn't make sense to me though. I think that if the president feels that he deserves a pardon. He'll"