Trump 2020 campaign used a shell company to pay ad buyers at the center of alleged illegal coordination scheme with NRA

Campaign Finance

Our new investigation found that Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign used a shell company to pay ad buyers in an alleged illegal coordination scheme with the NRA while America First’s pro-Trump super PAC and “dark money” 501(c)(4) nonprofits paid the same individuals for “pro-Trump agenda” ads. Check it out on OpenSecrets:

Trump 2020 campaign used a shell company to pay ad buyers at the center of alleged illegal coordination scheme with NRA

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Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s resignation sparks dark money campaigns from both sides of the aisle

Campaign Finance, Law, Policy

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My first news article back at the Center for Responsive politics is about ad campaigns announced by both liberal and conservative “dark money” groups spending on Trump’s pick to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on SCOTUS. Check it out on OpenSecrets: