CNBC: Looking for a Clinton payment for an Air Force One flight


"When Air Force One is used to travel to a campaign event, the campaign has to reimburse the government for the pro rata share for each campaign traveler of what it would cost to charter a flight on an plane of sufficient size to accommodate all of the campaign travelers," said Larry Noble, general counsel of the Campaign Legal Center who also worked for 13 years as Federal Election Commission general counsel. "The reimbursement is done under government rules and must be reported by the campaign."

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