President Donald Trump's former campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, was released from a federal prison today (Friday) in Wisconsin. Prison officials say Papadopoulos exited Federal Correctional Institution (F-C-I) in Oxford just after 9 A-M in a minivan.
Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to lying to investigators about his contacts with several people connected to Russia during the campaign and was sentenced to two weeks in prison in September. He served 12 days. Papadopoulos surrendered November 26th at F-C-I Oxford in Adams County. The prison camp is a minimum-security facility. As part of his sentence, Papadopoulos will also have 12 months of supervised release, must serve 200 hours of community service within about 12 months and must pay a 95-hundred-dollar fine.