Bloomberg Politics: Ben Carson Adviser 'Shut Out' as Campaign Rises
Giles's account was corroborated by Larry Noble, senior counsel for the Campaign Legal Center. A sharp critic of super-PACs, Noble nonetheless said that Giles's account of his spin through the revolving door violated no law. “The FEC rules acllow connections between the super-PAC and the candidate that would be considered coordination in everyday life,” he said.
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