Trump's former deputy campaign manager reportedly scammed elderly voters who believed they were donating to pro-Trump conservative candidates
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David Bossie, a former Trump deputy campaign manager, has raised millions of dollars by falsely claiming that his group, the Presidential Coalition, was spending that money for pro-Trump conservative candidates, according to a report from Axios and the Campaign Legal Center.

Of the $15.4 million the Presidential Coalition reportedly spent in 2017 and 2018, only 3% of those funds actually went to conservative candidates, with the majority of the money instead being used for fundraising and...

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