Foley adds House Natural Resources aide


“Such appeals mislead donors into thinking they are responding to Trump’s appeal for funds to ‘stop the fraud,’ but they probably do not realize the bulk of their money is being used for something else, said Brendan Fischer, who directs the federal regulatory work at the Campaign Legal Center, which supports greater restrictions on the role of money in politics,” the Post writes. “‘Small donors who give to Trump thinking they are financing an official election defense fund are in fact helping pay down the Trump campaign’s debt or funding his post-presidential political operation,’ Fischer said.”

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