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Trump's presidential campaign used for money laundry



Washington, Jul 29.- The re-election campaign in the United States of President Donald Trump disguised and laundered about 170 million dollars of spending, denounced today the Legal Center of the Campaign.

 The federal complaint appearing on the website www.businessinsider.fr states that Trump campaign staff and their families are named in the 82-page complaint filed by the Campaign Legal Center.

 The non-partisan organization assures that the president's crusade violates the transparency rules of the federal elections by masking the true sources of his expenses, although the US president maintains that it is the "most transparent, probably, in the history of this country."

 The publication notes that the 82-page complaint states that the Trump maneuver's spending practices have the practical effect of masking payments, in violation of the campaign's federal transparency rules.

 Those outlays to various advertising campaign contractors and senior Trump campaign staff and family members include Lara Trump, wife of her son Eric Trump, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr, she says.

Trump submitted federal documents to stand for re-election on his inauguration day, January 20, 2017. Since then, the Trump campaign has raised and spent money without a pause. (PL) (Photo: File)