Trump Save America, MAGA donation spending under scrutiny
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Trump PAC payments to law firm fighting New York probe top $1 million

Trump's PACs have paid over $1 million to the firm of attorney Alina Habba.

Former President Donald Trump's political action committees have paid over a million dollars to the firm of the attorney representing him in connection with the investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James, which on Wednesday resulted in a sweeping, multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Trump and his family real estate business following years of probing.

Together, two of Trump's PACs -- Save America and Make America Great Again PAC -- have paid $1.01 million to the firm of New Jersey-based attorney Alina Habba, according to new campaign disclosure filings.

The first payment to Habba's firm occurred in February 2022, when Trump's campaign committee-turned-PAC paid the firm $10,000.

The payments then quickly accelerated. Trump's leadership PAC, Save America, has paid a total of $943,000 to the firm since April -- including $207,827 in August alone.

Wednesday's lawsuit by the New York AG accuses Trump and his family of enriching themselves through "numerous acts of fraud and misrepresentations," claiming they "grossly" inflated the former president's net worth by billions of dollars and cheated lenders and others with false and misleading financial statements.

The civil lawsuit, filed in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, seeks a $250 million judgment and a prohibition on any of the Trumps leading a company in the state of New York.

The payments come as the multiple investigations into the former president continue. Trump is also currently facing criminal investigations in New York, Georgia, and Washington, D.C.

Save America's total monthly spending skyrocketed in August, according to disclosure reports, with its legal spending nearly doubling since the PAC first launched in 2020. Since then, the PAC has spent nearly $7 million on legal fees.

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“Judge, if you saw what I saw, you would know why I can’t release them” - President Donald J. Trump to Andrew Napolitano, about the J.F.K. Files.
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(09-21-2022, 11:37 AM)Treebeard Wrote:
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Well gee, it must be true since "ABC" "NEWS" is covering it.

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Trump's PAC, which raises money by promising donors they're defending the former president's legacy, is still paying Melania Trump's fashion designer, most recently $18,000 last month for "strategy consulting"

According to Open Secrets, the Save America PAC has raised over $103 million from 2021-2022. Of that amount, $455,000 has been given to Republican candidates, and $35 million has been spent apparently by the Trumps.

https://www.politicususa.com/2022/09/21/...r-pac.html
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Democrats have Act Blue, Move One, and Open Society among many others to shush their funds around.

Need street level thugs bailed out for assault and arson charges? That's covered.
Need legal fees for a nuisance suit against your political opponent? That's covered.
Need emergency spending on ad buys because you are losing by 20 points? That's covered too.

It's another nuisance suit, a civil one to boot not criminal, because they can't pin a criminal charge on the Trump family due to lack of evidence. The rules for proceeding with a civil suit are much more relaxed than for criminal which is why the Lawfare division of the subversive organization known as the Democrat Party likes using them to smear anyone that gets in the way of selling out this country to whatever highest bidder has the Democrat Party's attention this week.
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(09-21-2022, 11:55 AM)Treebeard Wrote: Trump's PAC, which raises money by promising donors they're defending the former president's legacy, is still paying Melania Trump's fashion designer, most recently $18,000 last month for "strategy consulting"


https://www.politicususa.com/2022/09/21/...r-pac.html

I can't read the article without paying, so no idea what is said about this.
But I WILL tell you, from what I know, I can see that being possible.  Wealthy people can afford the best, including quality. And to design strategically for different situations, could very well be costly.

Take into consideration, every outfit Melania Trump has worn, since being in the White House, and possibly still, has been a form of communication.

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(09-21-2022, 03:16 PM)Sami aka Roxi Wrote:
(09-21-2022, 11:55 AM)Treebeard Wrote: Trump's PAC, which raises money by promising donors they're defending the former president's legacy, is still paying Melania Trump's fashion designer, most recently $18,000 last month for "strategy consulting"


https://www.politicususa.com/2022/09/21/...r-pac.html

I can't read the article without paying, so no idea what is said about this.
But I WILL tell you, from what I know, I can see that being possible.  Wealthy people can afford the best, including quality. And to design strategically for different situations, could very well be costly.

Take into consideration, every outfit Melania Trump has worn, since being in the White House, and possibly still, has been a form of communication.

Weird, there was no pay block for me. Anyway the source is Open Secrets, which everyone uses.
But, I think that using funds donated for his lawyer could upset some people who donate.
Of course, many would not be upset at all. I shouldn't have brought it up, really.

twitter image -- her fashion designer is circled
https://twitter.com/isaacstanbecker/stat...4394854401
“Judge, if you saw what I saw, you would know why I can’t release them” - President Donald J. Trump to Andrew Napolitano, about the J.F.K. Files.
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Written by Jason Easley.

https://muckrack.com/jason-easley-4

"His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements."

A blatant left wing hack who's sole job is pushing propaganda to sub source by other media outlets in a never ending cycle of 'report-debunk' by hundreds of other operatives just like him.

It's called the Correct The Record method for social media dominance, and we've been seeing it in comment sections, forums, and other social media outlets for almost 7 years.

Someone comes in and posts X article. It soon gets debunked. That gets dropped for the next article. Eventually someone new comes in and posts X article as if it were valid to support another hack job article. You end up spending time and effort debunking all the subs just to debunk the main while another operative posts yet another hack report using X article as it's base for reporting.

Soon, you're ground down from dealing with CTR trolls perpetually posting propaganda despite it all having been debunked dozens of time.

Easley is one of the (possibly paid) political hacks that produces X articles for others to reference.

Sources matter. And a good source will always link relevant information into an article instead of just 'interpreting' it the way this clown is.
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(09-21-2022, 03:40 PM)Treebeard Wrote:
(09-21-2022, 03:16 PM)Sami aka Roxi Wrote:
(09-21-2022, 11:55 AM)Treebeard Wrote: Trump's PAC, which raises money by promising donors they're defending the former president's legacy, is still paying Melania Trump's fashion designer, most recently $18,000 last month for "strategy consulting"


https://www.politicususa.com/2022/09/21/...r-pac.html

I can't read the article without paying, so no idea what is said about this.
But I WILL tell you, from what I know, I can see that being possible.  Wealthy people can afford the best, including quality. And to design strategically for different situations, could very well be costly.

Take into consideration, every outfit Melania Trump has worn, since being in the White House, and possibly still, has been a form of communication.

Weird, there was no pay block for me. Anyway the source is Open Secrets, which everyone uses.
But, I think that using funds donated for his lawyer could upset some people who donate.
Of course, many would not be upset at all. I shouldn't have brought it up, really.

twitter image -- her fashion designer is circled
https://twitter.com/isaacstanbecker/stat...4394854401
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(09-21-2022, 08:38 PM)Angry_Red_Man Wrote: Written by Jason Easley.

https://muckrack.com/jason-easley-4

"His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements."

A blatant left wing hack who's sole job is pushing propaganda to sub source by other media outlets in a never ending cycle of 'report-debunk' by hundreds of other operatives just like him.

It's called the Correct The Record method for social media dominance, and we've been seeing it in comment sections, forums, and other social media outlets for almost 7 years.

Someone comes in and posts X article. It soon gets debunked. That gets dropped for the next article. Eventually someone new comes in and posts X article as if it were valid to support another hack job article. You end up spending time and effort debunking all the subs just to debunk the main while another operative posts yet another hack report using X article as it's base for reporting.

Soon, you're ground down from dealing with CTR trolls perpetually posting propaganda despite it all having been debunked dozens of time.

Easley is one of the (possibly paid) political hacks that produces X articles for others to reference.

Sources matter. And a good source will always link relevant information into an article instead of just 'interpreting' it the way this clown is.
You described it perfectly, and it's the truth. The name of the website was familiar, but I wasn't sure. Now I know. V6sRZf4
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https://www.ntd.com/trump-supporters-lau...46022.html

Trump supporters launching Maga Inc super PAC amid mainstream vilification.
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