Trump 'livid' after report a former campaign aide misled on fundraising
The analysis by the Campaign Legal Center and Axios found that most of the money raised by Bossie's group, called the Presidential Coalition, went to more fundraising, largely direct mail and telemarketing. The payments included a salary for Bossie himself, according to the Campaign Legal Center's review of IRS records. Sources told CNN that Trump felt that one of his first political advisers was tricking people, some of them elderly, into thinking they were directly supporting his campaign -- and he was infuriated by the news. The move stirred up campaign officials as well, because that was money they could have raised for Trump's reelection effort.
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