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President Trump’s campaign all but called David Bossie a fraudster in a rare public rebuke. But after weeks out of the spotlight, the informal presidential adviser is said to be on track to return to Trump’s good graces.
Trump erupted last month after a report that a Bossie-led group raised millions but spent little on political activity. Some donors said the group’s presidential emblems and Pennsylvania Avenue address made them think they were giving to Trump’s campaign.
The article goes on to state the following:
Allies of Bossie, who served as a Trump deputy campaign manager in 2016, contend his reputation was besmirched by rivals vying for influence, an argument they made in response to a stinging press release from Trump’s 2020 campaign.
One former White House official said they heard last week from an “important” source that “matters have been patched up.” Other sources said they were unaware of whether Trump and Bossie reconciled but said they expect it to happen.
“They will be fine, but don’t get carried away here,” a senior White House official said, casting doubt on whether Bossie and Trump already returned to good terms.
Trump’s break with Bossie, the longtime leader of Citizens United, came after a report from the Campaign Legal Center that the Bossie-led Presidential Coalition group raised $18.5 million in 2017 and 2018 but spent just $425,000 on political activities.
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Don’t expect David Bossie to be exiled from Trumpland forever. https://t.co/dNUhWXbQVT
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