Paul Manafort, the one-time chairman of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, could spend more than 19 years in prison on tax and bank fraud charges, according to court papers filed Friday.
|Mueller recommends a prison sentence of up to 24.5 years for Paul Manafort after a federal judge voided his plea deal for lying to investigators||businessinsider.com|
|Mueller Recommends up to 24 Years for Paul Manafort||rollingstone.com|
|Mueller: Manafort deserves 19.5 to 24.5 years in prison for Virginia convictions||politico.com|
|Mueller Recommends 19-24 Years in Prison for Paul Manafort||bloomberg.com|
|Mueller recommends Manafort serve at least 19 years in prison||thehill.com|
|Paul Manafort should be sentenced to up to 24 years in prison, Mueller says||independent.co.uk|
|Mueller says Paul Manafort should serve 19-24 years in prison.||axios.com|
|Mueller's Office Says Paul Manafort Is Facing As Much As 24 Years In Prison||buzzfeednews.com|
|Paul Manafort should be sentenced to up to 24 years in prison, Mueller says||theguardian.com|
|Mueller's office seeks prison sentence of 20 years or more for ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort||usatoday.com|
|Special counsel Robert Mueller wants ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort imprisoned for up to 24 years||cnbc.com|
|Mueller prosecutors recommend 19-24 years in Manafort case||msnbc.com|
My niece is kind of... a useless intern at the moment. She was super sheltered by her mother, my brother travels for work... so she has no real life skills.
I own a business and took Ally  under my wing. She lives in my basement apartment [I live above her] and I am pretty much building an adult from the ground up. Everything from how to dress in the workplace to how to use a computer properly outside of Facebook and Instagram.
It's working. It's just frustrating for Ally because she should know a lot of this stuff. But her mom is very, very controlling. I expect I am going to do this with my other niece Savannah when she graduates in a few years.
But it's working out well. Ally is going to start community college in September. But until then I am having her sit in my office and do various small tasks, take an online Microsoft Word tutorial, and catch up on various life goals.
I have been running my own business for six years now. I took it over from my Mother when she retired. My brother has no interest in the business, though he was offered some stake.
My mother ran the business for 37 years before I took it over. She hired a woman named Belladonna [54F] who has worked there for 24 years. As such, Belladonna feels she is pillar for the company and has asked to become a manager. She has tried to take on managerial roles before, but I wouldn't give her that job if someone paid me.
She is a little snarky, but I had no issue with it. Until I caught her calling Ally "Cinderella" and "Princess." She was also ordering Ally to get her coffee. When Ally said she was working on something, Belladonna told her "well, I guess you just sit down and do nothing then."
I fired her on the spot.
My Mother thinks I was an asshole for doing that. But I don't tolerate people who think being older means they have a right to be snarky. I told people what Ally was doing at the job, and that she was not an intern. She was simply my niece assisting me on stuff I needed help with.
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