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Trump accused of breaking campaign laws by teasing 2024 run


Trump accused of breaking campaign laws by teasing 2024 run

Washington, March 14 (Prensa Latina) As former President Donald Trump continues to tease a future White House bid, a pro-Democratic super PAC has accused him of violating federal campaign laws by raising and spending money for a run without officially filing his 2024 candidacy.
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In its complaint filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission, American Bridge accused Trump of “illegally using his multicandidate leadership PAC to raise and spend funds in excess of Commission limits for the purpose of advancing a 2024 presidential campaign.”

Taylor Budowich, a Trump spokesperson, said the complaint by American Bridge was without merit and he accused Democrats of resorting to “cheap gimmicks.”

“Our country is spiraling into disaster because of the Democrats’ failures, and instead of reversing course to provide needed relief to American families, they are busy filing frivolous complaints that have zero merit,” he said.

Trump launched his Save America fund days after losing the 2020 presidential election and has more than $100 million saved in the bank, the Reuters agency said.

That’s where the money comes from for rallies in which Trump appears with candidates he has endorsed and regularly hints at the possibility of running for president anew.

“In 2024, we are going to take back that beautiful, beautiful White House. I wonder who will do that. I wonder. I wonder.”


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