After giving to President Trump’s campaign for years, his most loyal fans are now unable to help him financially in the final stretch of the 2020 campaign.
A cross-reference of details in Ohio’s bombshell criminal complaint involving top state Republicans reveals a scandal that stretches from Columbus to Arizona to Washington.
Schlapp’s firm lost roughly one-third of its disclosed lobbying business after his comments about Black Lives Matter.
Americans for Constitutional Liberty is deep in the red. Its plan: A direct-mail campaign that backs the president but, really, is about securing a lot of small-dollar donations.
As of next week, the commission will lack a quorum and won’t be able to do much of anything.
The contributions “add another dimension to the familiar but ever-expanding story of money, influence, and access in Washington,” the Campaign Legal Center wrote in its report.
John Lambert is accused of duping clients into sending him large sums of money via PayPal to do legal work that he was neither qualified nor credentialed to perform.