Last year, one of Paul Manafort's associates led an FBI agent to a treasure trove of his documents

Paul Manafort.
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Paul Manafort's list of friends is getting shorter and shorter.

Manafort is President Trump's former campaign chief, charged with, among other things, conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to launder money. His former deputy, Rick Gates, agreed to cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller earlier this year, but court documents show another one of Manafort's associates assisted the FBI last May, showing a special agent a storage unit in Virginia where Manafort kept 21 boxes filled with documents related to his business and finances, The Daily Beast reports.

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Catherine Garcia, The Week US

Catherine Garcia is night editor for TheWeek.com. Her writing and reporting has appeared in Entertainment Weekly and EW.com, The New York Times, The Book of Jezebel, and other publications. A Southern California native, Catherine is a graduate of the University of Redlands and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.