Interview: Brendan Fischer on Save America Super PAC


“I think it's fair to say that this is entirely unprecedented. Typically, after a president leaves office, he fades into the background. But Trump has been on a fundraising tear since Election Day asking for donations to an election defense fund work to support the Senate races in Georgia, but most of every donation has instead gone to his new leadership PAC Save America. It is a loosely regulated political vehicle that Trump can tap into after he leaves the White House to retain influence in the Republican party and also to potentially benefit himself and his family financially,” said Brendan Fischer, director of federal reform at Campaign Legal Center.

Listen to the full interview here.