A former bank CEO is accused of bribing Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort with $16 million in loans in exchange for a top White House position he never received
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Chicago banker Stephen Calk was charged with bribery by the US Attorney's Office in the Southern District of New York on Thursday in an unsealed document. 

He is accused of approving $16 million in loans to a senior Trump campaign official matching the description of Paul Manafort in exchange for a top position in the White House. 

In documents entered into evidence during Manafort's criminal trial, the former campaign chairman sent an email to senior adviser Jared Kushner in November 2016...

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