The VIP section of Trump's July 4th event, filled by his campaign and GOP groups, seems kind of shady

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The National Mall is not the White House, of course. And presidents don't typically participate in the capital's historically nonpartisan Independence Day celebration. "Limiting public access to a public monument on Independence Day in favor of wealthy donors just sends a signal that our political system favors the wealthy and well-connected," the Campaign Legal Center's Brendan Fischer tells the Post. "It certainly looks bad," but it's probably legal — unless Trump injects partisan politics into his speech, in which case his campaign could have to reimburse taxpayers.

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