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Judge Amy Berman Jackson said Friday she will stick to her ruling that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort knowingly lied about contact with a Russian associate, Konstantin Kilimnik, thus violating Manafort's plea agreement, according to CNN.

Quick take: Manafort — whose legal team pointed to his poor health and low likelihood for committing future crimes — presented letters of support earlier on Friday as well as a 40-page document, appealing to Jackson to avoid a life sentence for conspiracy and witness tampering. He will be sentenced by a judge in Virginia federal court next Thursday for crimes including tax fraud, bank fraud and lying on federal financial documents, followed by a second sentencing hearing in Jackson's courtroom March 13.

Go deeper: Paul Manafort seeks prison sentence "substantially below" 10 years

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Trump says G7 summit will be delayed until after the election

President Trump told reporters on Monday that he wants to delay the G7 summit until after November's election and implied that the decision had already been made.

The big picture: Plans for the summit have already been scrapped multiple times, with proposed venues moving from the Trump National Doral resort in Miami to Camp David. In May, Trump postponed the in-person event in Washington, D.C. to September.