Paul Manafort’s Wife, Kathleen Manafort: Wiki, Age, & 3 Facts You Need to Know
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A spokesman has confirmed that the FBI conducted a pre-dawn raid at the home of President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort. Now, with all eyes on Manafort, many are becoming more curious about those surrounding him, like his friends, family, and the woman he’s married to. We’ve got all the details on the lastest findings in the case, as well as information on Paul Manafort’s wife. If you want more details, then our Kathleen Manafort wiki is your answer, so keep reading!

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Kathleen Manafort’s Age

Kathleen Manafort’s net worth, as well as much else, seems to be unavailable since she’s a private citizen. And though she likes to keep her privacy, you may be able to find some of Kathleen Manafort’s images online. Most of the spotlight has been on her husband since the beginning of his career and, of course, because of his ties to Trump. Kathleen and Paul own a brownstone home in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, but haven’t lived there for a long time. They currently reside in Alexandria, Virginia.

Kathleen Manafort’s Kids

Kathleen’s kids with Paul are writer and director, Jessica Manafort, 34, and Andrea Manafort, 31. Jessica is married to Jeffrey Yohai, a real estate developer. Genesis Capital filed a lawsuit against Jessica and Jeffrey, after taking out $14.0 million in home equity loans only to default on them months later, according to Entity. Paul has also been involved with suspicious real estate deals and defaulted loans, which put a stain on the Manafort family. Jessica has since filed for divorce from Yohai and she and her sister have expressed their concerns over their father’s money and business dealings.

Why was Paul Manafort’s Home Raided?

Although Paul resigned from the Trump campaign back in August 2016, he’s still under investigation for the ongoing Russia probe, and his home was recently searched by the FBI.

“FBI agents executed a search warrant at one of Mr. Manafort’s residences. Mr. Manafort has consistently cooperated with law enforcement and other serious inquiries and did so on this occasion as well,” Jason Maloni, a spokesman for Paul Manafort, told CNN.

The FBI took materials that are supposedly related to the ongoing Russia investigation, currently being led by Justice Department Special Counsel Robert Mueller, according to CNN’s source. Paul has been cooperating with the FBI and it’s believed that the documents are mainly tax files and financial records, but he has been under fire for his financial dealings in the past and has since been on the FBI’s radar. According to the BBC, the material reportedly includes notes that Mr. Manafort took in June 2016 during a meeting with Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower in New York. Paul nor Kathleen have spoken to the public about the search and most likely won’t speak to the media without an attorney present, if at all. A spokesperson declined to discuss the specifics of the documents and the Trump campaign has turned over 20,000 pages of to the Senate, involving the probe.

Trump recently tweeted that his reign as president is stronger than ever, but every ban, media outcry, and firing says otherwise. From the outside (and not just the U.S.) the White House seems unstable— and the country by extension—which makes sense, since the president is supposed to be effectively running it. There’s no telling when the probe will end and until it does, we can expect the Manafort’s privacy to be compromised. And let’s not forget Trump’s continued hiring and firing spree and his “handling” of North Korea.

 
 
 
 

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