Last week's FBI raid on the office and home of Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, is just the latest sign that President Trump may be in serious hot water over possible campaign finance violations.
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As Oklahoma attorney general, Pruitt made $70,000 flipping a Tulsa property under questionable circumstances
Campaign finance reform was once a bipartisan issue. With Koch money flooding into the GOP, those days are gone.
Policy riders buried in tax and spending bills would let in more political money, less light.
The most heated exchanges during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week concerned his ever-shifting explanation of what he discussed—or didn’t discuss—with Russian officials while serving as Donald Trump’s “go-to person” on foreign policy during the 2016 presidential campaign.
As Mueller homes in on the White House, the need to protect his investigation grows.
This article originally appeared on People For the American Way.
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