The NRA and Trump Campaign worked together illegally on their 2016 ad campaigns, according to a new report.
The Trump administration hid a report on fees for debit cards and other financial products marketed on university campuses that revealed Wells Fargo charged fees several times higher than its competitors. News of the report, which was produced by the office once led by Seth Frotman, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s former student loan watchdog who resigned in August [
Former NRA president David Keene with Russian spy Maria Butina in Moscow
Shortly after the 2016 election, it was revealed that the National Rifle Association spent an unprecedented $30 million to help elect Donald Trump, triple what they spent to back Mitt Romney during the 2012 election. Further reports revealed that the NRA had essentially been infiltrated by Russian operatives, including Maria Butina, the Russian woman now sitting in a U.S. federal prison and reportedly cooperating with...