75% of every donation to Trump's 'election defense fund' could actually be spent by the president himself on things like paying family members or financing a 2024 bid. This money could easily — and legally — end up in his own pocket in the coming years. — Oma Seddiq, Politics Fellow, Business Insider
75% of every donation to Trump's 'election defense fund' could actually be spent by the president himself on things like paying family members or financing a 2024 bid. This money could easily — and legally — end up in his own pocket in the coming years. — Oma Seddiq, Politics Fellow, Business Insider
75% of every donation to Trump's legal defense fund could actually be spent by the president himself on things like paying family members or financing a 2024 bid
  • Despite losing the general election, President Donald Trump's campaign is seeking donations from voters.
  • The Make America Great Again donation page says that 75% of every contribution is routed to Trump's newly-established leadership PAC, Save America.
  • These funds could be used to finance the president's life after he leaves office or even go toward a possible 2024 presidential bid.
  • "This money could easily — and legally — end up in his own pocket in the coming years," Paul Ryan, vice president of policy and litigation at Common Cause, told CNN.