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Chicago Banker Accused Of Getting Loans For Former President Trump's Campaign Chair

A Chicago man is accused of using his position at a bank to get close to Paul Manafort, who was former President Donald Trump's campaign chair. Prosecutors say Stephen Calk pushed through millions of dollars in loans for Manafort, hoping to get a top position in the Trump administration. Calk's lawyer says the banker did nothing illegal.
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