Donald Trump’s Campaign May Have Been Illegally Coordinating With The NRA, Report Claims

President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Tupelo Regional Airport, November 26, 2018 in Tupelo, Mississippi. President Trump is holding two rallies on Monday in Mississippi

In an explosive new report from Mother Jones, the Trump campaign is accused of illegally coordinating with the National Rifle Association to sync up ads and maximize advertising dollars during the 2016 Presidential election. The report alleges that a number of federal election laws were broken. In other words, Donald Trump is now being accused of collusion right here on home soil…after a fashion.

The NRA donated $30 million to help get Donald Trump elected as President of the United States, more than any other group. Most of the money was used for TV ads, according to Mother Jones.

But the NRA wanted to spend its money wisely, naturally. They wanted those TV ads to find the right people. In order to do this, the NRA hired Red Eagle Media. This is a media strategy firm.

As part of what Red Eagle Media did with NRA dollars, the company bought 52 ad slots on a Norfolk, Virginia TV station in late October 2016.

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