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CEOs at Trump meeting: Ex-president ‘meandering’ and ‘doesn't know what he's talking about’
  • https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2024/06/rich-top-100-campaign-donors-lean-trump-republican/

    ... the lion’s share of confirmed contributions from the biggest political givers—the top 100 families—have flowed to Republican candidates and groups.

    In the “hard money” category—direct donations to candidates, which federal law caps at modest sums—Republicans took in 27 percent more from the Top 100 families than Democrats did ($85.9 million vs. $67.9 million).

    But looking at all federal contributions, including “soft money,” a category that tallies the generous donations allowed to party committees and the unrestricted contributions to SuperPACs, Republicans raked in a whopping $508 million from the Top 100—triple the Democrats’ $169 million take.