Trump Tower Meeting Follows A Pattern Of A Campaign Flaunting The Law
“If they continue to do it after being informed, that would be an even more egregious violation,” Brendan Fischer, associate counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, told WhoWhatWhy. He noted that continued solicitations are further evidence of the Trump campaign’s recklessness and raises the likelihood that it knowingly violated the law. Fischer added that the information uncovered by WhoWhatWhy could lead the group to take further action. In addition to the media coverage that the complaint received, Sir Peter Bottomley, one of the British lawmakers the Trump campaign asked for money, responded to a solicitation in June.
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