Kenneth Vogel

New York Times

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Kenneth Vogel is a reporter for the New York Times, covering conflict of interest issues, lobbying and money in politics. He is a former chief investigative reporter for Politico.

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During his campaign, candidate Donald Trump attacked his own party's "most generous political donors."

Mike Pence is secretly courting top GOP donors

During his campaign, candidate Donald Trump attacked his own party's "most generous political donors."

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump embraces a member of The Remembrance Project at a campaign rally in Henderson, Nevada October 5, 2016 Photo by David Becker/Reuters 
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