President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, faces a longer prison term after a federal judge ruled he lied repeatedly to the special counsel's office. A jury convicted Manafort of eight felonies, including tax and bank fraud, in August. One month later, he pleaded guilty to two more counts of conspiracy and agreed to cooperate with the Russia investigation in exchange for a lighter sentence. Paula Reid reports.

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