Law News: FEC Complaint Filed Against Trump for Alleged Illegal Post-Election Fundraising
For example, if a person gave their maximum $2,700 thinking it was going towards debt relief, and Trump marked it as such, they might then donate again for the 2020 campaign, even though that first donation should have maxed them out. As Larry Noble from the Campaign Legal Center explained in a statement obtained by LawNewz.com, “By falsely reporting post-election contributions as being for 2016 debt retirement, Trump may be trying to illegally double what a contributor can give for the 2020 primaries.”
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