The jury has now spent two days deliberating whether Manafort is guilty or innocent on none, some or all of the 18 counts of tax evasion and bank fraud he faces.
Jurors submitted their questions roughly 10 minutes before 5 p.m. Thursday.
After a trial spanning almost three weeks, Manafort, 69, is awaiting a verdict on 18 tax evasion and bank fraud charges. He has already issued a series of pardons, including for a political ally, former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio. He's also accused of fraudulently obtaining millions in bank loans.
The jury met for seven hours on Thursday and for another seven hours on Friday before retiring for the weekend.
But Andres alleged that when the stream of money from Yanukovych dried up four years ago, Manafort financed his lifestyle by securing about $20 million in bank loans in the U.S.by lying about his assets and debts on loan applications. Asked by a reporter on Friday if he would pardon Manafort, Trump said, "I don't talk about that now".
The judge made the comments after receiving requests from the media for the jurors' personal information. For now, Ellis said he would refuse to release the names of the six women and six men on the panel, in part because of the threats he has received.
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There have been specific threats, Ellis said, although he declined to provide details.
The jury began its second day of deliberations Friday. Prosecutors say Manafort declared only some of his foreign income on his federal income tax returns and repeatedly failed to disclose millions of dollars that streamed into the U.S.to pay for luxury items, services and property.
The charges largely predate Manafort's five months working on Trump's campaign during a pivotal period in the 2016 presidential race, including three months as campaign chairman.
Judge Ellis told the jurors they needed to rely on their collective memory of the evidence to answer most questions.
The prosecutors have brought charges of bank and tax fraud against the President Donald Trump's former campaign chair, Paul Manafort.
The press surrounding the Alexandria-based federal courthouse of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia stirred into action when word spread the jury had delivered a note to Judge Ellis.