Legal Blows From Cohen and Manafort Add to Trump's Political Woes
The White House went on the defensive Wednesday, one day after two former close associates of President Donald Trump became convicted felons. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance law violations. And former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was convicted of fraud charges not related to the 2016 campaign. As VOA National correspondent Jim Malone reports, the legal bombshells are likely to add to President Trump's political woes ahead of congressional elections.