Porsches, Gucci rings and billions of robocalls: Inside the PAC operation that raised millions by impersonating Donald Trump


Adav Noti, the senior director of litigation at the Campaign Legal Center, says a scam PAC is typically seen as one that "exists primarily to raise money that is then paid to the PAC's own operators rather than to engage in bonafide political activity." There is no hard-and-fast rule that limits how much an operator can pay themselves, nor is there a legal definition of what exactly constitutes a scam PAC, making the line between what's legitimate and what's not fuzzy and hard to enforce.

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