Prosecutors Expected To Rest Friday After Scrutiny Of Paul Manafort's Finances

NPR: Prosecutors are expected to rest their case on Friday in Paul Manafort's bank and tax fraud trial after two weeks of granular testimony from accountants, bookkeepers, luxury vendors and Manafort's former business partner.

Manafort, who served as Donald Trump's campaign chairman in 2016, made his fortune through political consulting overseas. Prosecutors say he evaded taxes on millions of dollars by hiding it in shell companies and bank accounts based mainly in Cyprus.

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