President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will now serve a total of seven and a half years in prison for two cases.
The Manhattan District Attorney's office charged Manafort today with mortgage fraud, falsifying business records and conspiracy.
He briefly spoke to Judge Amy Berman Jackson before receiving an additional 43 months in prison where he said, "my behavior in the future will be very different."
The most serious of the charges, residential mortgage fraud, carries a minimum sentence of 1-3 years in prison and an 8-25 year maximum.
If he is convicted for crimes in Manhattan, a presidential pardon wouldn’t apply.