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- Kyle Prall, from Austin, Texas, has been indicted for allegedly spending campaign contributions reportedly meant to support then-presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Bernie Sanders on things like massages and nightclub “entertainers.”
- In 2015, Prall began soliciting contributions through political committees with names like “Feel Bern,” “Trump Victory,” and “HC4President.”
- The political committees claimed the funds would be spent in ways to support the candidates — including transporting voters to the polls, training costs for volunteers, and direct contributions to the candidates themselves.
- Prall allegedly used the funds on personal indulgences from hotel room service to international flights.
A Texas man who allegedly devised a scheme to collect over $500,000 in campaign contributions for then-presidential candidates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Sen. Bernie Sanders funneled the funds to his personal bank accounts according to court filings released by the US District Court of Western Texas on Tuesday.
In 2015, Kyle Prall allegedly began soliciting contributions through political committees with names like “Feel Bern,” “Trump Victory,” and “HC4President.” The political committees claimed that the funds would be spent in ways that supported the candidates — including costs to transport voters to the polls, training costs for volunteers at phone banks, and direct contributions to the candidates themselves.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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