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The first trial from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is set to begin Tuesday in Alexandria, Va., in what will serve as a major test of Mr. Mueller’s 14-month effort that has overshadowed the Trump presidency.

While Mr. Mueller has been examining Russian interference in the 2016 election—resulting in charges against 25 Russians and four former advisers to President Donald Trump —the case against Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump’s former campaign chief, will delve into Mr. Manafort’s personal finances largely before his work on the campaign.

The article goes on to state the following:

A conviction would provide Mr. Mueller momentum as he pushes to complete the investigation amid criticism from some Republicans that he is leading a partisan inquiry. An acquittal would give Mr. Mueller’s critics ammunition to push for a quick end to the special counsel’s operation.

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