Neil Patel

Publisher, The Daily Caller

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Publisher of The Daily Caller, a 24-hour online news site launched at the start of 2010; former Chief Policy Advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney

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A group called the "Young Eagles" spent $2000 of Republican Party money at Voyeur, a nightclub in West Hollywood, California.

RNC in Hot Water over Saucy Club Expenses

A group called the "Young Eagles" spent $2000 of Republican Party money at Voyeur, a nightclub in West Hollywood, California.

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