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    Prosecutors Seek Trump’s Save America Training and Expenses to Expand Jan. 6 Investigation

    Prosecutors Seek Trump's Save America Training and Expenses to Expand Jan. 6 Investigation

    The Justice Department is seeking information about training, fundraising, its expenses and the operation Donald Trump’s Save America Political Action Committee, regarding the criminal investigation of January 6, for the attacks on Capitol Hill and the efforts to annul the results of the 2020 elections.

    The AP news agency noted that Trump remains the subject of numerous ongoing federal and state investigations, including those investigating his role in the January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol building.

    Situation that has led to a Federal grand jury to send subpoenas to former White House and campaign staffers requesting information about PAC Save America, according to the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss an ongoing investigation, The Washington Post revealed.

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    People described the citations as broad, as they are seeking all documents and communications regarding the opening of the PAC and every dollar raised as well as spent. The subpoena also demanded information about the plan to submit fake voter lists that claimed Donald Trump won key states.

    But in addition, it included all communications with various lawyers and advisers involved in the effort, including; Rudy Giuliani, Boris Epshteyn, Bruce Marks, Victoria Toensing and Joseph DiGenova, an anonymous source revealed to the same newspaper.

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    Trump raised funds from the 2020 election, capitalizing on his supporters’ courage and refusal to accept his loss. Everything indicates that Trump’s fundraising had managed to add $ 250 million dollars from his campaigns.

    The AP agency also detailed that Trump’s PAC, has used to pay for his post-presidential rallies, other travel, legal bills, and even portraits of him and the former first lady. He ended July with just under $100 million in cash on hand, according to government documents.

    With information from AP and The Washington Post

    Source: La Opinion

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