Politico: The heiress quietly shaping Trump’s operation


Make America Number 1 paid more than $950,000 to Conway’s polling firm, including payments issued after Conway began working for Trump’s campaign, though she told POLITICO last month: “There was no overlap for me, even though that would have been legally permitted.”

Nonetheless, the nonpartisan watchdog group Campaign Legal Center, in a complaint to the FEC, flagged the work by Conway’s firm for the super PAC and the Trump campaign, as well as a $15,000 payment by Make America Number 1 to a video production company owned by Bannon called Glittering Steel and the payments by the super PAC and campaign to Cambridge Analytica.

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