The Guardian: Data firm in talks for role in White House messaging – and Trump business


“The web of potential conflicts between President Trump and the Trump Organization will only be made stronger and more difficult to untangle” if Cambridge winds up working for the president’s business interests and crafting messages to push the White House’s agenda, said Larry Noble, the general counsel for the nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center.

“These payments appear to be clear evidence that the Super Pac was subsidizing Bannon’s work at the campaign,” the Campaign Legal Center’s Noble said. Super Pacs are not allowed to coordinate their spending with campaigns.

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