Pro-Russia ties : Trump’s top aide denies


New York : Paul Manafort, top helper of Republican presidential chosen one Donald Trump, has pummeled the New York Times calling its report proposing him tolerating cash from genius Russian gatherings in Ukraine as "unwarranted, senseless and unreasonable", a New York Post report said.

"The New York Times has decided to intentionally overlook truths and expert news coverage to fit their political motivation, assaulting my character and notoriety instead of present a legit report," Manafort said in an announcement on Monday (Aug 15), said the report. 

The NYT report charged that a mystery transcribed record found in Ukraine uncovered Manafort was on the books for a formerly undisclosed payout of $12.7 million. It said the cash was a part of the unlawful installments went for apparatus decisions in Ukraine.

Trump's assistant denied the charges, saying he had not taken a solitary 'off-the-books money installment' as "erroneously" reported by the NYT. The crusade of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic opponent of Trump in the current year's race, got the open door and looked for a clarification from Trump about Manafort's ties with Russia, the Post said.

"Given the ace Putin arrangement positions embraced by Donald Trump and the late Russian government hacking and divulgence of Democratic Party records, Donald Trump has an obligation to uncover crusade seat Paul Manafort's and all other battle representatives' and counselors' binds to Russian or star Kremlin substances, including whether any of

Trump's workers or guides are right now speaking to as well as being paid by them," Clinton crusade director Robby Mook said in an announcement late Sunday (Aug 14), as per the Post.