Brendan Fischer

Director of Federal Reform Program, Campaign Legal Center

Director of the Federal Reform Program at the Campaign Legal Center.

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Josh Barro and Ken White talk through the New York Times reporting on President Trump’s taxes and his “self-funded” 2016 campaign.

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