Mueller Team Unveils Its Exhibit List For Paul Manafort’s Upcoming Trial

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Among the exhibits special counsel Robert Mueller’s prosecutors might present at the Virginia trial for Paul Manafort, which is set to begin next week, are photos of a putting green at his Hamptons home, records pertaining to the $1 million he allegedly spent on antique rugs, his Yankees season tickets, and emails among his associates about his work in Ukraine.

Mueller’s team Wednesday submitted its exhibit list for the trial. It reads like a recap of Manafort’s allegedly lavish lifestyle that was described in the grand jury indictments handed down in D.C. and Virginia.

In the Virginia case, the former Trump campaign chairman is facing charges of tax fraud and bank fraud — fraud Mueller has alleged continued through 2016. Manafort has pleaded not guilty.

Read the exhibit list below:

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