Just like Clinton, Trump is filling his campaign coffers in part with money from employees of companies that make millions of dollars in political action committee contributions and spend millions of dollars to lobby the federal government, according to an analysis of data from the Center for Responsive Politics, a Washington-based research group.
Indeed, two sources of campaign cash appear on both candidates’ top 10 lists: Bank of America and Wells Fargo.
“Neither candidate can claim any sense of superiority over the other when it comes to their fundraising practices,” said Craig Holman, who lobbies on campaign finances for the Washington-based advocacy group Public Citizen. “They’re relying on the same old well-financed high money interests.”
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