Former chairman of the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort, complained to the FBI and Special Counsel Robert Mueller "on a variety of subject issues" since his plea deal earlier this year, thereby breaking & # 39 , the agreement, Mueller said in filing a court tabled on Monday, adding that Manafort claims to have been genuine.
Manafort, 69, was convicted of a number of financial fraud over the summer in connection with work that he completed in Ukraine as a political advisor. When trying to trial separately on similar payments in September, an arrangement was made with the government where he was expected to answer questions on a wide range of issues. Manafort continues to be jailed and is expected to face at least 10 years in prison.
Mueller's joint status report stated that both parties called for a sentencing date to be set out immediately.
"After signing the plea agreement, Manafort transferred federal crimes by means of the Office of Medical Investigation and the Office of the Special Counsel on a variety of subject issues, which means the breach of the contract , "says the Mueller office.
However, according to the report, Manafort fought against special counsel claims.
"Manafort met with government on several occasions and answered government questions," the report said, noting the former chairman. "Manafort has provided information to the government in an attempt to capture its cooperative obligations. He believes that he has provided real information and does not agree with the character of the government or that he has broken & # 39 the agreement. "
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Still, the Mueller office argued that "would present a detailed sentencing submission to the Probation Department and the Court before sentencing which indicates the nature of the offender and contravention of the defendant, including the some after signing this plea agreement here. "
Manafort was convicted of 8 counties in the Virginia Eastern Area and sentenced in that case at the beginning of February.
Fox News Jake Gibson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.