Paul Manafort (center right), President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, walks with this wife, Kathleen Manafort (right), and his spokesman Jason Maloni (left) as they arrive at the Alexandria Federal Courthouse for an arraignment hearing on his Eastern District of Virginia charges, in Alexandria, Virginia, on Thursday. Bill Christeson (left) holds up a sign. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Paul Manafort (center right), President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, walks with this wife, Kathleen Manafort (right), and his spokesman Jason Maloni (left) as they arrive at the Alexandria Federal Courthouse for an arraignment hearing on his Eastern District of Virginia charges, in Alexandria, Virginia, on Thursday. Bill Christeson (left) holds up a sign. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Former Trump aide Manafort pleads not guilty to fraud charge

He also faces charges of conspiracy to launder more than $30 million and making false statements.

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