President Trump Faces New Complaint From Social Justice Litigation Firm With FEC for Hiding Campaign Legal Fees – EVOL

A nonprofit focused on social justice has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC), claiming that political groups supporting Donald Trump’s potential 2024 presidential run have concealed where his legal fees are coming from.

The Campaign Legal Center (CLC), a legal nonprofit, stated in the complaint that between December 2022 and March 2024, five political committees linked to the Trump campaign paid $7.2 million to Red Curve Solutions, LLC, based in Massachusetts, specifically designated for reimbursing legal expenses.

Bradley Crate, identified as the manager of Red Curve, holds the position of treasurer for all five committees, as per the CLC.

On its website, Red Curve characterizes itself as a nonprofit accountability firm established to guarantee that political organizations, political action committees, and state parties maintain compliance amid “the ever-evolving landscape of political fundraising and advocacy.”

As per the CLC’s complaint, the payments indicate that Red Curve frequently fronted funds for President Trump’s legal expenses, funds that were “provided by other vendors, for which Red Curve was reimbursed by the committees.”

“This apparent payment scheme, however, violates the reporting requirements of the Federal Election Campaign Act (‘FECA’), which requires that committees provide detailed information about who they



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