Paul Manafort and his former business associate Rick Gates surrendered Monday morning to special counsel Robert Mueller after he asked them to do so. The New York Times reports the charges are for money laundering, tax and foreign lobbying.
The indictments come after CNN reported Friday night that a federal grand jury had approved the first charges in the Russia investigation led by special counsel and former FBI director, Robert Mueller.
In the absence of more information, Trump confidante Roger Stone unleashed a flurry of angry tweets that led to him being permanently banned from Twitter. Derogatory comments were directed at several people including CNN's Don Lemon - after Lemon reported the story.
Also this hour: We're entering the 7th inning stretch of this year's 2017 World Series. We'll talk about the highlights - and low points, particularly Commissioner Rob Manfred's response to Astro Yuli Gurriel's racial gesture against Dodger Yu Darvish during Friday's World Series Game 3.
Lastly, we take your calls! What's on your mind?
- Steven Seligman - Defense lawyer at Katz & Seligman in Hartford
- Jeremy Stahl - Writes about politics and sports for Slate
- Michael Baumann - Staff writer for The Ringer
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.