After two days of deliberations, the jury in Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort's trial for financial crimes adjourned for the weekend without a verdict. Manafort faces 18 charges of tax evasion, money laundering, and bank fraud. The jury is being kept anonymous for the duration of the trial, as the presiding judge, T.S. Ellis, has received death threats and hopes to spare them the same experience. Ellis said Friday morning he expected a verdict by the end of the day, but instead deliberations will resume Monday morning.

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