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Trump Campaign Could Use New Donations to Pay Donald Trump $36M for Loan

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After railing against a 'corrupt' fundraising system in the Republican primaries, Donald Trump now says he will raise hundreds of millions of dollars to compete in the general election. But the new money Trump raises is available not only for future campaigning — it can also go directly into Trump's pocket, reimbursing him for his personal spending in the primaries. Legally, Trump has the option of recouping any or all of the money he spent on the primaries. That is because Trump almost never directly donates funds to his campaign. He has only spent about $317,000 of his own money outright. The rest of his personal spending is structured as a loan to the campaign, which now owes Trump $35.9 million.
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