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The former president is hauling in record donations, but he's spending most of it on expenses as his troubles mount.
He's accused of delaying declaring his candidacy, even as he campaigns, in order to dodge surveillance of donations and expenditures, as required by law.
An FEC filing dated Sept. 15 shows the Greene for Congress PAC received a $250 donation from a “Tucker Carlson” who lists Fox News as their employer.
Boebert's Federal Election Commission filing lists the Colorado lawmaker as a candidate for Congress in Utah.
The nine-term lawmaker is accused of trying to conceal information about money funneled to his campaign by a Nigerian billionaire.
More than 100 businesses and three dozen individuals accepted $21 million from his political committees after the Jan. 6 insurrection, according to the FEC.
“We should not have to sue the FEC repeatedly to make it do its job,” said a director of Campaign Legal Center Action.
The Federal Election Commission said the tabloid "knowingly and willfully" broke the law when it bought model Karen McDougal's story.
Trump raised some $76 million after the election under false pretenses, and FEC rules will let him wait until July to say how he's spending it.
The "United to Win" committee will raise money for the Republican National Committee and the GOP's two congressional committees.