Jeffrey Yohai, former chairman of President Donald Trump’s campaign and former son-in-law of Paul Manafort, has entered a guilty plea agreement with Mueller’s team in relation to prosecuting the case against Paul Manafort. Yohai’s agreement, which was concluded early this year, included him pleading guilty to misusing construction loan funds and to a count related to a bank account overdraft. The deal was cut with Andrew Brown, a federal prosecutor in Los Angeles who has been overseeing an investigation into Yohai’s real estate and bank dealings in California and New York several months before Mueller was appointed to his post in May 2017.
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