Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Petersen, center, speaks to delegates at the National Libertarian Party Convention last year.
Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Petersen, center, speaks to delegates at the National Libertarian Party Convention last year. John Raoux AP
Libertarian presidential candidate Austin Petersen, center, speaks to delegates at the National Libertarian Party Convention last year. John Raoux AP

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    Paul Manafort made scores of trips to Ukraine while advising billionaires an political groups with pro-Russia leanings. His numerous stops in Moscow are likely a subject of interest to federal investigators.