D.C. judge says Manafort's defense strategy is "just one more thing that's inconsistent with the notion of any genuine acceptance of responsibility."
To avert second trial, Manafort agreed to cooperate with Mueller "in any and all matters as to which the government deems the cooperation relevant."
Former Trump campaign chairman pleads guilty soon before D.C. trial was about to start, agrees to be questioned without his lawyers.
He faces seven counts of conspiracy, witness tampering and lobbying violations in respect to working on behalf of a foreign government.
Jurors couldn't reach consensus on 10 other counts and judge declares mistrial; Manafort faces another trial in D.C. next month.
Judge rejects a motion from the defense to dismiss bank fraud charges against Manafort; closing arguments begin Wednesday.
Former campaign aide says Manafort directed him to conceal offshore accounts, while Gates admits stealing by filing false expense reports.
35-person list also includes Manafort’s former personal assistant and a Mercedes-Benz dealer.
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