A pardon won’t let Manafort escape Mueller’s plea deal, says former federal prosecutor

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Scott interviews former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti, who explained both that Mueller has means at his disposal to ensure Manafort’s testimony is “locked in” to be used against Trump even if he is pardoned and what will happen to the $46 million that Trump’s former campaign manager forfeited to the government if he’s later pardoned. Mariotti graduated from Yale Law School, then spent a nearly decade prosecuting crime families and white-collar criminals in Chicago at the Northern Illinois US Attorney’s office and is now a legal analyst for CNN We also discussed if and how Trump’s tweets could be used in a court of law and much more. You can follow Renato Mariotti here on Twitter and listen to his new weekly podcast On Topic with Renato Mariotti on iTunes.

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