Trump allowed Republicans to use his name for fundraising

According to Bloomberg, this happened after the National Committee pointed out to the ex-president that the party “has every right to refer to public figures.”

Former US President Donald Trump has given his consent to the Republican Party to use his name and image for fundraising. Bloomberg reported this.

According to him, Trump told the chairman of the Republican National Committee, Ronna McDaniel, over the weekend that he is not against the use of his name by Republicans in the same format as it is now. According to the agency, this happened after the National Committee pointed out to him that the party “has every right to refer to public figures,” according to the provisions of the country’s constitution. The next fundraising event will be held at a hotel near Trump’s residence in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, and the former president is expected to attend.

Earlier, the newspaper Politico reported that Trump’s lawyers sent a notice to the three largest organizations of the Republican Party to stop using his name and image for fundraising. According to her, the former president was outraged that “his name is being used without permission by organizations that help Republicans who supported impeachment against him.”

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