Paul Manafort May Have Tried to Sell a Job in the White House for $16 Million in Loans

The former campaign chair could be the key to the entire Russia probe.

Investigators for special prosecutor Robert Mueller are now looking into whether Paul Manafort, who served as President Donald Trump's campaign chair, offered a job in the administration to a banker in exchange for $16 million in loans, according to NBC News.

The banker in question is Stephen Chalk, the president of Federal Savings Bank. Chalk never ended up with an administration job, though he did serve on the

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