Mueller Asks Judge To Subpoena 35 Witnesses For Manafort Trial
Special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly asked a Virginia judge Wednesday to issue 35 subpoenas for witnesses in Paul Manafort’s upcoming trial.
According to Bloomberg, Mueller asked the judge to leave the names “blank” so they could be filled out at a later date.
Manafort, the biggest fish snared in Mueller’s Russia probe, was indicted on money laundering and fraud charges back in October 2017. President Trump’s former campaign manager has denied the charges and is currently set to stand trial in Virginia in July and again in Washington, DC in the fall. (RELATED: Ominous Court Filing Reveals New Search Warrant Against Manafort)