Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in federal prison for tax and bank fraud discovered during Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation into Russian collusion on the part of the Trump presidential campaign and administration.

Seeking a sentence of 20 to 25 years, virtually a life sentence, prosecutors were obviously disappointed in Judge T.S. Ellis’ sentence of the 69-year-old Manafort, who arrived at his sentencing in a wheelchair.

Exiting the courthouse, Manafort’s attorney, Kevin Downing, announced Manafort’s sentence, his remorse, and emphasized the fact that “There is absolutely no evidence that Paul Manafort was involved with any collusion with any government official from Russia.”

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Manafort was convicted of tax and bank fraud for income earned while lobbying for the Ukrainian government and still faces sentencing in the District of Columbia, where he pleaded guilty in a separate case connected to illegal lobbying.