Analysis: Trump's new challenge: How to spend $90 million
Save America's biggest outlay in early 2021 was a $1 million contribution to a pro-Trump policy group whose leadership includes veterans of Trump's administration. That raises additional concerns, said Erin Chlopak, director of campaign finance strategy at the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center, which advocates for strict enforcement of campaign finance laws. "It's not just paying for fancy dinners or lodging, it's having the double effect that the person using that donated money is also personally profiting off of it," Chlopak said.
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