CHATTER AWAY: Overnight Open Thread

Courthouse News reports:

Fighting to suppress evidence obtained with a search warrant, former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort argued in a court filing Saturday that the FBI entered his Virginia storage unit a day before the search with improper authorization. Manafort’s arguments comes in response to an April 23 brief by the government where it said an employee of a Manafort business gave agents written consent to enter the unit with his key. But Manafort says this argument is legally “incorrect because it conflates the right to enter the storage unit with the informant’s physical capability to do so.” (Emphasis in original.)