My ass he did
Idiot headline = idiot article.
Guess what? It’s also “True” that he “May” have removed that mattress tag.
(Oh, the horror!)
Lawsuit Happy Donald should put up or shut up.
and trump may be wearing green underwear.
That is what that headline is worth.
and it seems Trump always says someone did something illegal when he does not win, doesn’t it?
he is the real narcissist, and may surpass Obama in that category.
one needs to have some type of fortitude and admit reality of getting beaten rather than blame someone else.
Gee, that sounds like Obama, too. Never his fault either.
Like Trumps staff?
Did anyone find out for sure if Trump actually released that “statement” read on Fox Tuesday night??
It’s an utterly absurd law to begin with.
Does that count as violating the rules? The answer is: we dont know, it could be.
LOL. Hardly what was advertised in the headline.
Haha. LMAO...what a stretch of logic. Since when is a speech an interview.
Those look like two completely different things.
And Trump may have violated it as well by colluding with Fox, the biggest Trump Super PAC out there.
He’ll be Satan himself before the week is over with. Lol. You guys are priceless.
I would be shocked to hear this, shocked.
Ted likes to skate the line. Kind of like it depends on what the meaning of is is
Lawnewz.com website created June 11, 2015. Trump campaign announced June 16, 2015. Hmmmmmm...
Any time a post title starts “It’s True” followed by “May Have” you know it’s bogus.
It’s actually ridiculous that sponsoring an event that the candidate speaks at isn’t coordination anyway. (Though I know it’s the guideline provided.)
How do you get “It’s true” and “may have” into the same headline?
This activity arguably falls into the gray area its unclear how the FEC rules would apply to this political advertising strategy, Paul Ryan with the non-partisan Campaign Legal Center told LawNewz.com. Heres an example of an ad featuring Ted Cruz that appears to be shot at least partially shot at a Keep The Promise super PAC event:
“To be clear, election experts we consulted for this story agree that the FEC has not determined whether what Cruz did is legal or not. An official from the FEC told LawNewz.com that this isnt something that Commission has ever addressed. It is definitely a murky area.”