Did Trump Already Violate Campaign Finance Law for 2024?

Posted on AllSides July 19th, 2022
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Last week Donald Trump told Olivia Nuzzi that he’d made his decision about running for president.

But there are laws which govern this process. They should probably even apply to a guy like Donald Trump.

In 1971, Congress passed the Federal Election Campaign Act, which requires federal candidates to register their campaign committees with the FEC and disclose campaign contributions and expenditures. While inadvertent violations of these requirements usually result in a civil enforcement action and a fine, knowing and wilful violations of the Act can earn you up to five...

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