WASHINGTON ? The Federal Election Commission won’t let Newt Gingrich off the hook for his costly 2012 campaign for president. The former speaker of the House and runner-up for Donald Trump’s VP made his deadbeat intentions official on Aug. Show More Summary
Trump companies and his kids are big beneficiaries of his campaign. Trump has so far paid $7.7 million in campaign contributions to his own companies and children, according to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission, and as the campaign transitions to the general election those payments are increasing. In May, they totaled at least [...]
Donald Trump has so far paid $7.7 million in campaign contributions to his own companies and children, according to a filing with the Federal Elections Commission, and as the campaign transitions to the general election those payments are increasing. Show More Summary
Financial disclosure forms that Donald Trump filed with the Federal Election Commission reportedly show that $55,000 in campaign money was used to buy thousands of copies of his latest book from Barnes and Noble.
Donald Trump’s campaign might be walking across figurative lava rocks after a revealing Barnes and Noble purchase. The Federal Election Commission (FEC) says Donald Trump’s purchase is potentially illegal in his presidential campaign. Show More Summary
Donald Trump gets his grift on, chapter 437: On May 10, the Trump campaign paid Barnes & Noble $55,055, according to a filing with the Federal Election Commission. That amounts to more than 3,500 copies of the hardcover version of Crippled...Show More Summary
The Donald Trump campaign spent more than $50,000 to buy copies of the candidate's most recent book, an Federal Election Commission filing shows. The Daily Beast reports that the Trump campaign spent $55,055 at Barnes & Noble on Trump’s book on May 10. The bulk purchase was of Trump’s latest book,...
Donald Trump is using donors’ money to pump up his book sales. On May 10, the Trump campaign paid Barnes & Noble $55,055, according to a filing with the Federal Election Commission. That amounts to more than 3,500 copies of the hardcover version of Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again, or just over [...]
Donald Trump may have broken the law by using campaign donations to buy thousands of copies of his own book at retail cost. His campaign raised eyebrows this week when a filing with the Federal Election Commission revealed a $55,055 expenditure on May 10 to Barnes & Noble, but The Daily Beast...
WASHINGTON ? Rep. Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) doesn’t seem to have learned his lesson when it comes to claiming his parents’ money as his own. Guinta admitted in a 2015 Federal Election Commission document that he had accepted excessive contributions from his parents via a family fund during his 2010 campaign for Congress. Show More Summary
The Republican presidential nominee's campaign paid $35,457 per month for rent and utilities to Trump Tower Commercial LLC between last August and this April, Federal Election Commission reports show. The rent hike at the Manhattan skyscraper...Show More Summary
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A former New Hampshire GOP chairman is asking for an investigation into Republican U.S. Frank Guinta's campaign finances three weeks before his primary. Fergus Cullen wants the Federal Election Commission to investigate whether Guinta is again improperly claiming a family bank account as his own.
Federal Election Commission reports show that the Republican presidential nominee's campaign paid $35,457 per month for rent and utilities to Trump Tower Commercial LLC between August 2015 and this April. The campaign says in a statement...Show More Summary
New filings with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) reveal that Corey Lewandowski is still being paid by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, even after being signed on to CNN as a commentator. According to the Washington Post, the ousted campaign manager made $20,000 in the month of...
US presidential contender Donald Trump appears to have twice as much debt as the $315 million that he officially declared in a filing to the Federal Election Commission, US media found.
Tim Canova explains why he complained to the Federal Election Commission over material found in DNC emails and describes the kind of economy Depression-era public investment could make possible for the United States.
In this somewhat insane presidential election, about the only non-terrifying entertainment that came out of it happened last summer when Public Policy Polling (PPP) released a poll showing that "Deez Nuts" would get 9% of the vote. The...Show More Summary
The Federal Election Commission has released a statement saying that they will be cracking down on “unlawfully false or fictitious” candidates like “Deez Nuts,” who have been consistently polling better than some actual third-party candidates.
The Federal Election Commission announced that it would crack down on “patently false candidates” like Iowa caucus dark horse “Deez Nuts.”