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Manafort offers $12 million in assets to avoid house arrest

Paul Manafort, center, accompanied by his lawyers, at federal court. Photo: Jose Luis Magana / AP

Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort offered to limit travel to New York, Washington, and Florida, as well as $12 million in real estate and life insurances assets, in order to avoid house arrest, per Reuters. Manafort pleaded not guilty this week to a 12-count indictment by a federal grand jury, along with fellow campaign official Richard Gates.

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