Matt Gaetz’s Travel Records Don’t Do What He Claims They Do
This publicly available information tends to be extremely vague and opague. You might see an expense for a hotel, for example, but have no way to tell who stayed there or, more importantly, why. “So it's not totally clear what he's referring to when he says travel records,” says Brendan Fischer, director of federal reform at the Campaign Legal Center. “If he's referring to his his campaign’s FEC reports, those really don't tell you much about where he was going or when and who was traveling with him.”
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