Watchdog group accuses the Trump campaign and family members of engaging in 'schemes' that hid massive election spending and likely broke federal law

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"There's no law or regulation under which the FEC could refuse to form the committee even though the candidate is constitutionally ineligible," said Trevor Potter, a former Republican chairman of the FEC who now leads the Campaign Legal Center, a nonprofit election watchdog organization. Determining a candidate's eligibility primarily falls to individual state governments, whose ballot-access laws are the primary firewalls between an ineligible federal candidate's campaign and that candidate appearing on an actual ballot.

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