After three days of deliberations, there is still no verdict in Paul Manafort's tax and bank fraud trial.
Manafort, Trump's former campaign chairman, is facing 18 charges of tax evasion, bank fraud, and money laundering. The jury indicated it would stay until at least 6:15 p.m. on Monday night, later than they stayed on Thursday and Friday, which many took as a sign that a verdict might be announced before the day was done.
The six men and six women on the jury have been reminded on a daily basis by U.S. District Court Judge T.S. Ellis not to listen to media coverage of the trial, so they can avoid hearing things like Trump on Friday calling Manafort a "good person," and saying his trial is a "very sad day." Manafort's attorney, Kevin Downing, responded that his client "appreciates the support of President Trump." Catherine Garcia