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    E-MAIL FROM MANAFORT TRYING TO PUSH THE CEO TO BE THE SECRETARY
    PUSH THE CEO TO BE THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY.
    OF THE ARMY. JOINING ME IS CHUCK ROSENBERG,
    JOINING ME IS CHUCK ROSENBERG, FORMER U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE
    FORMER U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
    EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. SO HE KNOWS THIS COURTROOM QUITE
    SO HE KNOWS THIS COURTROOM QUITE WELL.
    WELL. ALL RIGHT.
    ALL RIGHT. THE WHISPERS ALL AROUND
    THE WHISPERS ALL AROUND ALEXANDRIA WERE THAT THIS WAS A
    ALEXANDRIA WERE THAT THIS WAS A JUROR ISSUE.
    JUROR ISSUE. WE DON'T KNOW FOR SURE, BUT A
    WE DON'T KNOW FOR SURE, BUT A DELAY LIKE THIS, IT WAS
    DELAY LIKE THIS, IT WAS CERTAINLY ODD.
    CERTAINLY ODD. THEN YOU HEAR THE ADMONISHMENT.
    THEN YOU HEAR THE ADMONISHMENT. WE'RE TRYING TO CONNECT DOTS.
    WE'RE TRYING TO CONNECT DOTS. ARE WE TRYING TO CONNECT DOTS
    ARE WE TRYING TO CONNECT DOTS TOO HARD?
    TOO HARD? >> POSSIBLY.
    >> POSSIBLY. TRIALS HAVE DELAYS AND THEY HAVE
    TRIALS HAVE DELAYS AND THEY HAVE DELAYS FOR LOTS OF REASONS,
    DELAYS FOR LOTS OF REASONS, CHUCK.
    CHUCK. I'VE HAD JUROR ISSUES IN MY OWN
    I'VE HAD JUROR ISSUES IN MY OWN TRIALS.
    TRIALS. IT COULD BE THAT SOMEONE TRIED
    IT COULD BE THAT SOMEONE TRIED TO TALK TO A JUROR, OR A JUROR
    TO TALK TO A JUROR, OR A JUROR OVERHEARD SOMETHING IN A HALLWAY
    OVERHEARD SOMETHING IN A HALLWAY OR A BATHROOM, OR A JUROR FELL
    OR A BATHROOM, OR A JUROR FELL ILL.
    ILL. ALL OF THESE ARE POSSIBILITIES.
    ALL OF THESE ARE POSSIBILITIES. BY THE WAY, THAT'S WHY THERE ARE
    BY THE WAY, THAT'S WHY THERE ARE 16 JURORS, THERE ARE FOUR
    16 JURORS, THERE ARE FOUR ALTERNATES.
    ALTERNATES. SO THE ALTERNATES DON'T KNOW WHO
    SO THE ALTERNATES DON'T KNOW WHO THEY ARE.
    THEY ARE. ALL 16 ARE LISTENING TO THE CASE
    ALL 16 ARE LISTENING TO THE CASE AS IF THEY ARE PART OF THE 12
    AS IF THEY ARE PART OF THE 12 THAT WILL ULTIMATELY DECIDE IT.
    THAT WILL ULTIMATELY DECIDE IT. IF IT WAS A JUROR ISSUE AND ONE
    IF IT WAS A JUROR ISSUE AND ONE OF THEM HAS TO BE EXCUSED, YOU
    OF THEM HAS TO BE EXCUSED, YOU STILL HAVE 15 LEFT.
    STILL HAVE 15 LEFT. >> I HAVE TO SAY, AND MAYBE I'VE
    >> I HAVE TO SAY, AND MAYBE I'VE WATCHED TOO MANY MOVIES OR TOO
    WATCHED TOO MANY MOVIES OR TOO MUCH TV, I WAS SURPRISED THAT
    MUCH TV, I WAS SURPRISED THAT THIS JURY WASN'T SEQUESTERED A
    THIS JURY WASN'T SEQUESTERED A LITTLE BECAUSE THIS IS
    LITTLE BECAUSE THIS IS WASHINGTON.
    WASHINGTON. PAUL MANAFORT ALREADY TRIED TO
    PAUL MANAFORT ALREADY TRIED TO TAMPER WITH WITNESSES EVEN WHEN
    TAMPER WITH WITNESSES EVEN WHEN HE WAS WITH AN ANKLE BRACELET ON
    HE WAS WITH AN ANKLE BRACELET ON HIM.
    HIM. I'M JUST -- IT'S NOT AS IF THERE
    I'M JUST -- IT'S NOT AS IF THERE WASN'T CONCERN THAT OUTSIDE
    WASN'T CONCERN THAT OUTSIDE FORCES MIGHT WANT TO MESS
    FORCES MIGHT WANT TO MESS AROUND.
    AROUND. >> YEAH, IT'S BOTH RARE AND
    >> YEAH, IT'S BOTH RARE AND EXPENSIVE.
    EXPENSIVE. FRANKLY, WE'RE ALREADY ASKING A
    FRANKLY, WE'RE ALREADY ASKING A LOT OF THE JURORS TO GIVE TWO OR
    LOT OF THE JURORS TO GIVE TWO OR THREE WEEKS OF THEIR LIVES.
    THREE WEEKS OF THEIR LIVES. NOW WE'RE ASKING THEM TO GO BACK
    NOW WE'RE ASKING THEM TO GO BACK TO SOME LOUSY MOTEL ROOM AT
    TO SOME LOUSY MOTEL ROOM AT NIGHT AND WATCH THREE CHANNELS
    NIGHT AND WATCH THREE CHANNELS THAT ARE PERMITTED ON THEIR
    THAT ARE PERMITTED ON THEIR CABLE TV.
    CABLE TV. WE DON'T LIKE TO DO IT.
    WE DON'T LIKE TO DO IT. THE JUDGE ADMONISHES AT THE
    THE JUDGE ADMONISHES AT THE BEGINNING OF EACH, IN THE MIDDLE
    BEGINNING OF EACH, IN THE MIDDLE OF EACH DAY, AT THE END OF EACH
    OF EACH DAY, AT THE END OF EACH DAY.
    DAY. DON'T WATCH, DON'T LISTEN, TO
    DON'T WATCH, DON'T LISTEN, TO TALK TO EACH OTHER AND DON'T
    TALK TO EACH OTHER AND DON'T TALK TO ANYONE ABOUT THE CASE
    TALK TO ANYONE ABOUT THE CASE AND THAT IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT.
    AND THAT IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT. >> WOULD YOU HAVE HAD CONCERN
    >> WOULD YOU HAVE HAD CONCERN PROSECUTING THIS CASE GIVEN THAT
    PROSECUTING THIS CASE GIVEN THAT MANAFORT ALREADY WAS CAUGHT
    MANAFORT ALREADY WAS CAUGHT WITNESS TAMPERING?
    WITNESS TAMPERING? IS THIS SOMETHING THAT SOMEBODY
    IS THIS SOMETHING THAT SOMEBODY HAS TO REQUEST -- A PROSECUTOR
    HAS TO REQUEST -- A PROSECUTOR WOULD HAVE TO REQUEST IF THEY
    WOULD HAVE TO REQUEST IF THEY WERE CONCERNED ABOUT THE JURY
    WERE CONCERNED ABOUT THE JURY TAMPERING.
    TAMPERING. >> FIRST QUESTION FIRST.
    >> FIRST QUESTION FIRST. SO WITNESS TAMPERING AND JURY
    SO WITNESS TAMPERING AND JURY TAMPERING ARE TWO DIFFERENT
    TAMPERING ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS.
    THINGS. >> RIGHT.
    >> RIGHT. I GET THAT.
    I GET THAT. >> AND WOULD I BE CONCERNED
    >> AND WOULD I BE CONCERNED ENOUGH TO RAISE IT AND SUGGEST
    ENOUGH TO RAISE IT AND SUGGEST THAT THE JURY BE SEQUESTERED?
    THAT THE JURY BE SEQUESTERED? I DON'T THINK SO.
    I DON'T THINK SO. BUT YOU'RE RIGHT, HE
    BUT YOU'RE RIGHT, HE DEMONSTRATED THAT BEHAVIOR IN
    DEMONSTRATED THAT BEHAVIOR IN THE PAST SO YOUR ANTENNA WOULD
    THE PAST SO YOUR ANTENNA WOULD BE UP.
    BE UP. I DON'T THINK IT'S NECESSARY.
    I DON'T THINK IT'S NECESSARY. IN MY EXPERIENCE, CHUCK, JURORS
    IN MY EXPERIENCE, CHUCK, JURORS FOLLOW THOSE INSTRUCTIONS.
    FOLLOW THOSE INSTRUCTIONS. EVERY NOW AND THEN ONE GOES OFF
    EVERY NOW AND THEN ONE GOES OFF THE RAILS BUT YOU HAVE
    THE RAILS BUT YOU HAVE ALTERNATES, BUT JURORS TAKE
    ALTERNATES, BUT JURORS TAKE THOSE ADMONITIONS SERIOUSLY.
    THOSE ADMONITIONS SERIOUSLY. >> THE PROSECUTION IS ABOUT TO
    >> THE PROSECUTION IS ABOUT TO REST.
    REST. GATES, SEEMS LIKE IT WAS A
    GATES, SEEMS LIKE IT WAS A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD.
    DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD. I ASSUME THE PROSECUTION KNEW
    I ASSUME THE PROSECUTION KNEW THAT GOING IN AND IT SEEMS LIKE
    THAT GOING IN AND IT SEEMS LIKE THEY STARTED WITH PAPER TRAIL
    THEY STARTED WITH PAPER TRAIL AND THEY'RE ENDING WITH PAPER
    AND THEY'RE ENDING WITH PAPER TRAIL.
    TRAIL. WAS THAT A PURPOSEFUL STRATEGY
    WAS THAT A PURPOSEFUL STRATEGY KNOWING THAT GATES WAS GOING TO
    KNOWING THAT GATES WAS GOING TO BE A SUBJECT I'VEIVE WITNESS, I
    BE A SUBJECT I'VEIVE WITNESS, I GUESS?
    GUESS? >> DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD IS A GOOD
    >> DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD IS A GOOD DESCRIPTION.
    DESCRIPTION. REMEMBER BANK ROBBERS RUN WITH
    REMEMBER BANK ROBBERS RUN WITH BANK ROBBERS AND DRUG DEALERS
    BANK ROBBERS AND DRUG DEALERS RUN WITH DRUG DEALERS.
    RUN WITH DRUG DEALERS. MANAFORT RUNS WITH GATES.
    MANAFORT RUNS WITH GATES. THIS GUY IS NOT CLEAN.
    THIS GUY IS NOT CLEAN. IF WE GOT TO PICK OUR OWN
    IF WE GOT TO PICK OUR OWN WITNESSES FOR TRIAL, CHUCK, IT
    WITNESSES FOR TRIAL, CHUCK, IT WOULD BE NUNS AND LIBRARIANS,
    WOULD BE NUNS AND LIBRARIANS, BUT IT'S NOT.
    BUT IT'S NOT. SO WHAT MAKES GATES VALUABLE IS
    SO WHAT MAKES GATES VALUABLE IS THAT HE KRAUB RATESCORROBORATES
    THAT HE KRAUB RATESCORROBORATES DOCUMENTS AND WHAT MAKES THE
    DOCUMENTS AND WHAT MAKES THE DOCUMENTS VALUABLE IS THEY
    DOCUMENTS VALUABLE IS THEY CORROBORATE GATES.
    CORROBORATE GATES. SO SURROUNDING GATES BY
    SO SURROUNDING GATES BY DOCUMENTS AND OTHER WITNESSES
    DOCUMENTS AND OTHER WITNESSES MAKES HIM CREDIBLE.
    MAKES HIM CREDIBLE. THE JURY MAY NOT LIKE THE GUY,
    THE JURY MAY NOT LIKE THE GUY, HE'S A CRIMINAL, BUT HE'S A
    HE'S A CRIMINAL, BUT HE'S A CREDIBLE ONE.
    CREDIBLE ONE. >> SO THE PROSECUTION IS ABOUT
    >> SO THE PROSECUTION IS ABOUT TO REST.
    TO REST. THERE'S ALREADY BEEN CHATTER
    THERE'S ALREADY BEEN CHATTER THROUGH THE LAST FEW MONTHS THAT
    THROUGH THE LAST FEW MONTHS THAT IF MANAFORT AT ANY MOMENT THINKS
    IF MANAFORT AT ANY MOMENT THINKS IT'S OVER, THERE'S NO WAY HE CAN
    IT'S OVER, THERE'S NO WAY HE CAN GET OUT OF THIS, THAT MAYBE HE
    GET OUT OF THIS, THAT MAYBE HE FINDS A WAY TO CUT A DEAL.
    FINDS A WAY TO CUT A DEAL. IS THIS THE MOMENT BEFORE YOU
    IS THIS THE MOMENT BEFORE YOU WOULD TRY TO DO IT IF YOU WERE
    WOULD TRY TO DO IT IF YOU WERE ON THE DEFENSE TEAM?
    ON THE DEFENSE TEAM? YOU KNOW, I DON'T KNOW IF WE
    YOU KNOW, I DON'T KNOW IF WE WANT TO PRESENTING.
    WANT TO PRESENTING. THEY'LL OBVIOUSLY ASK THEM TO
    THEY'LL OBVIOUSLY ASK THEM TO HAVE THE CASE DISMISSED.
    HAVE THE CASE DISMISSED. THAT PROBABLY WON'T HAPPEN.
    THAT PROBABLY WON'T HAPPEN. BUT IS THIS WHEN A DEAL COULD BE
    BUT IS THIS WHEN A DEAL COULD BE CUT IF ONE WERE CUT?
    CUT IF ONE WERE CUT? >> THE WINDOW IS CLOSING.
    >> THE WINDOW IS CLOSING. SOME PROSECUTORS WOULD TELL YOU
    SOME PROSECUTORS WOULD TELL YOU THAT IT CLOSED.
    THAT IT CLOSED. I WOULD NEVER RULE OUT THE
    I WOULD NEVER RULE OUT THE POSSIBILITY OF TAKING A PLEA AND
    POSSIBILITY OF TAKING A PLEA AND GETTING SOMEONE'S TRUTHFUL
    GETTING SOMEONE'S TRUTHFUL COOPERATION, BUT IT IS GETTING
    COOPERATION, BUT IT IS GETTING AWFULLY LATE IN THE DAY FOR
    AWFULLY LATE IN THE DAY FOR THAT, CHUCK.
    THAT, CHUCK. >> DO YOU THINK THIS IS GETTING
    >> DO YOU THINK THIS IS GETTING CLOSE TO SLAM DUNK OR NO?
    CLOSE TO SLAM DUNK OR NO? >> WELL, I HATE THAT TERM.
    >> WELL, I HATE THAT TERM. >> SO DOES GEORGE TENANT.
    >> SO DOES GEORGE TENANT. >> AND HE PROBABLY SHOULD.
    >> AND HE PROBABLY SHOULD. JURIES DO STRANGE THINGS.
    JURIES DO STRANGE THINGS. IS THERE A SHOT OF ACQUITTAL?
    IS THERE A SHOT OF ACQUITTAL? SURE.
    SURE. HOW BIG IS IT?
    HOW BIG IS IT? >>
    >> IT'S AWFULLY SMALL.
    IT'S AWFULLY SMALL. IN ORDER TO ACQUIT, THEY HAVE TO
    IN ORDER TO ACQUIT, THEY HAVE TO BE A UNANIMOUS 12-0.
    BE A UNANIMOUS 12-0. THE NOTION OF RUNNING THE TABLE
    THE NOTION OF RUNNING THE TABLE IN A CASE LIKE THIS IS REALLY
    IN A CASE LIKE THIS IS REALLY SMALL.
    SMALL. >> THERE WAS A SIDEBAR
    >> THERE WAS A SIDEBAR CONVERSATION WHERE THEY WERE
    CONVERSATION WHERE THEY WERE ABLE TO GET SOME TESTIMONY, SOME
    ABLE TO GET SOME TESTIMONY, SOME GATES TESTIMONY TO KEEP IT AWAY
    GATES TESTIMONY TO KEEP IT AWAY AND SAY IT'S PART OF AN ONGOING
    AND SAY IT'S PART OF AN ONGOING INVESTIGATION AND THEY DON'T
    INVESTIGATION AND THEY DON'T WANT THE NOTES OF THE SIDEBAR TO
    WANT THE NOTES OF THE SIDEBAR TO GET OUT.
    GET OUT. HOW OFTEN DOES THAT HAPPEN IN A
    HOW OFTEN DOES THAT HAPPEN IN A CASE LIKE THIS?
    CASE LIKE THIS? >> IT HAPPENS.
    >> IT HAPPENS. IF YOU HAVE A TRIAL WITH OTHER
    IF YOU HAVE A TRIAL WITH OTHER SUBJECTS AND TARGETS SORT OF OUT
    SUBJECTS AND TARGETS SORT OF OUT ON THE STREETS, IT HAPPENS.
    ON THE STREETS, IT HAPPENS. >> DOES THIS INDICATE GATES IS
    >> DOES THIS INDICATE GATES IS STILL COOPERATING?
    STILL COOPERATING? >> IT INDICATES THERE'S AN
    >> IT INDICATES THERE'S AN ONGOING COOPERATION.
    ONGOING COOPERATION. I IMAGINE THAT GATES'
    I IMAGINE THAT GATES' COOPERATION IS REASONABLY CLOSE
    COOPERATION IS REASONABLY CLOSE TO DONE, BUT THEY'RE GOING TO
    TO DONE, BUT THEY'RE GOING TO NEED HIM AGAIN.
    NEED HIM AGAIN. FOR INSTANCE, IF THERE'S ANOTHER
    FOR INSTANCE, IF THERE'S ANOTHER TRIAL FOR MR. MANAFORT IN
    TRIAL FOR MR. MANAFORT IN WASHINGTON, D.C., I IMAGINE MR.
    WASHINGTON, D.C., I IMAGINE MR. GATES WILL BE ON THAT WITNESS
    GATES WILL BE ON THAT WITNESS STAND AGAIN.
    STAND AGAIN. >> THE JUDGE, JUDGE ELLIS, THEY
    >> THE JUDGE, JUDGE ELLIS, THEY FILED ANOTHER MOTION TODAY WHERE
    FILED ANOTHER MOTION TODAY WHERE THE PROSECUTION FEELS AS IF
    THE PROSECUTION FEELS AS IF ESSENTIALLY A JUDGE PREJUDICED
    ESSENTIALLY A JUDGE PREJUDICED THE JURY HERE.
    THE JURY HERE. FIRST OF ALL, DOES THE
    FIRST OF ALL, DOES THE PROSECUTION HAVE A CASE ON THIS?
    PROSECUTION HAVE A CASE ON THIS? >> THEY HAVE AN ARGUMENT,
    >> THEY HAVE AN ARGUMENT, ABSOLUTELY.
    ABSOLUTELY. DO THEY HAVE A CASE --
    DO THEY HAVE A CASE -- >> THEY HAVE AN ARGUMENT THAT
    >> THEY HAVE AN ARGUMENT THAT THIS WAS --
    THIS WAS -- >> THEY HAVE A VALID ARGUMENT.
    >> THEY HAVE A VALID ARGUMENT. IS THERE ANYTHING THEY CAN DO
    IS THERE ANYTHING THEY CAN DO ABOUT IT?
    ABOUT IT? NO.
    NO. REMEMBER, IF THE GOVERNMENT
    REMEMBER, IF THE GOVERNMENT LOSES AT TRIAL, THEY DON'T HAVE
    LOSES AT TRIAL, THEY DON'T HAVE AN APPEAL.
    AN APPEAL. BUT THE DEFENDANT DOES.
    BUT THE DEFENDANT DOES. >> EVEN IF THEY THINK IN THEIR
    >> EVEN IF THEY THINK IN THEIR MINDS JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT OR
    MINDS JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT OR JUDICIAL PREJUDICE?
    JUDICIAL PREJUDICE? >> IT WOULD HAVE TO BE
    >> IT WOULD HAVE TO BE EXTRAORDINARY AND I'VE NEVER
    EXTRAORDINARY AND I'VE NEVER SEEN THAT HAPPEN.
    SEEN THAT HAPPEN. >> YOU'VE GONE BEFORE JUDGE 'EM
    >> YOU'VE GONE BEFORE JUDGE 'EM IS AND I KNOW YOU'VE SAID JUDGE
    IS AND I KNOW YOU'VE SAID JUDGE ELLIS HAS GONE TO JUDGE ELLIS.
    ELLIS HAS GONE TO JUDGE ELLIS. WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT NEXT WEEK?
    WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT NEXT WEEK? >> IT DEPENDS ON WHAT MOOD HE'S
    >> IT DEPENDS ON WHAT MOOD HE'S ON THAT MORNING.
    ON THAT MORNING. >> REALLY?
    >> REALLY? IT JUST DEPENDS ON WHETHER THE
    IT JUST DEPENDS ON WHETHER THE COFFEE WAS GOOD?
    COFFEE WAS GOOD? >> I DON'T MEAN TO BE GLIB.
    >> I DON'T MEAN TO BE GLIB. HE'S A SMART GUY AND USUALLY
    HE'S A SMART GUY AND USUALLY GETS TO THE RIGHT RESULT.
    GETS TO THE RIGHT RESULT. BUT JUDGES HAVE TO BE SO
    BUT JUDGES HAVE TO BE SO CAREFUL, CHUCK, BECAUSE THE JURY
    CAREFUL, CHUCK, BECAUSE THE JURY WATCHES THE JUDGE AND TAKES
    WATCHES THE JUDGE AND TAKES SIGNALS FOR HOW THE JUDGE ACTS.
    SIGNALS FOR HOW THE JUDGE ACTS. WHO HE BERATES AND WHO HE
    WHO HE BERATES AND WHO HE ADMONISHES.
    ADMONISHES. THEY DON'T KNOW ANY BETTER.
    THEY DON'T KNOW ANY BETTER. THEY THINK HE'S ALWAYS RIGHT AND
    THEY THINK HE'S ALWAYS RIGHT AND HE OFTEN IS, BUT IN MY
    HE OFTEN IS, BUT IN MY EXPERIENCE, THE VERY BEST JUDGES
    EXPERIENCE, THE VERY BEST JUDGES ONLY CALL BALLS AND STRIKES.
    ONLY CALL BALLS AND STRIKES. IF THEY WANT TO ADMONISH
    IF THEY WANT TO ADMONISH COUNSEL, THEY DO IT PRIVATELY AT
    COUNSEL, THEY DO IT PRIVATELY AT THE BENCH OUT OF THE EARSHOT OF
    THE BENCH OUT OF THE EARSHOT OF THE JURY, AND THAT WAY THE JURY
    THE JURY, AND THAT WAY THE JURY DOESN'T DRAW ANY IMPLICATIONS.
    DOESN'T DRAW ANY IMPLICATIONS. >> THOSE ARE MY FAVORITE
    >> THOSE ARE MY FAVORITE BASEBALL UMPIRES, TOO, THE ONES
    BASEBALL UMPIRES, TOO, THE ONES THAT JUST DO THIS.
    THAT JUST DO THIS. >> AND YOU SEE IT WHERE AN
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