Hold Trump Accountable

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During the campaign, Donald Trump railed against the outsized role of money in politics and promised to drain the swamp. Now, his administration is stocked with some of the worst abusers of the system and every indication is that he will continue to gut popular, common sense campaign finance reforms.

Our Hold Trump Accountable initiative will push the Trump administration to clean up the system. We will oppose any efforts to dismantle our remaining campaign finance rules; pressure the Senate to reject Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, who believes corporations are people; and expose Trump’s hypocrisies to raise awareness of his record on money-in-politics.

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“The overwhelming majority of Americans – across all political ideologies – agree that there’s too much money in politics. President-elect Trump called the system rigged and claimed that he would fix it. If he doesn’t follow through, there will be a price to pay.” – Tiffany Muller



-Washington Post: Trump’s education nominee and her family members are major donors to the senators who will vote on her confirmation
-The Times-Picayune: Bill Cassidy: no plans to step away from DeVos’ Senate hearings
-Winston-Salem Journal: Critics call for U.S. Sen. Richard Burr to recuse himself in vote for education secretary, cite campaign donation
-Politico: Trump rewards big donors with jobs and access
-ECU: New End Citizens United Initiative to “Hold Trump Accountable” on Campaign Finance Reform
-NPR: Trump Says He Won’t Sell His Businesses To Address Conflicts Of Interest
-USA Today: Candlelight dinner with Trump? Your bill is $1 million
-Politico: Bankers celebrate dawn of Trump era
-Politico: Goldman Sachs poised for return to power in Trump White House
-CNN: Donald Trump’s SBA nominee gave $7M to support him