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"John federal judge sentencing Paul Manafort to forty seven months in prison for Bank and tax fraud. Those charges stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia Manafort, telling the judge these last two years are the most difficult he and his family have ever experienced Manafort, adding it would be a gross understatement to say he's humiliated and ashamed, but he also wants the world to know who he truly is President Trump and a tweet last August said he feels very bad for Manafort, and he has such respect for a brave, man. But the president has yet to indicate if he will pardon his former campaign chief FOX's Steve Rappaport. Manafort still faces sentencing the district of Columbia where he pleaded guilty in a separate cave connected to illegal lobbying the attorney for President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, claiming the president's advisors offered the possibility of a pardon last year. Lanny Davis writing that his client. Was open to the ongoing dangling of a possible. Pardon in the months after the FBI raided Cohen's home office in hotel room in April two thousand eighteen the statement from Davis seems to contradict Cowan's testimony that he did not ask for and would not accept for pardon. House takes action on hate hate-speak resolution condemning anti-semitism and Islam a phobia was tweaked to also condemn bigotry of racial and religious minorities. We must reject all forms of bigotry and prejudice. House majority leader, Steny Hoyer in old Democrats voted, yes. Twenty three Republicans voted no, including Louie Gohmert of Texas. He says the resolution waters down condemnation of anti-semitism hatred for the children of Israel is a very special kind of eight hundred resolution began as a response to remarks made by Minnesota freshman, democrat Ilhan, Omar who suggested support for Israel is allegiance."