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Attorneys for former President Donald Trump reportedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to Republican Arizona Senate candidate Mark Brnovich, ordering the state attorney general to stop using Trump’s “name, image, and/or likeness” in his fundraising appeals, according to The Washington Post.
Trump endorsed tech executive Blake Masters in early June, but Brnovich has continued to use the former president’s photograph in fundraising pitches to supporters. Brnovich has raised more than $2.5 million throughout his campaign, Federal Election Commission records show, and has more than $500,000 on hand.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Your use of President Trump’s name, image, and/or likeness is likely to deceive individuals into believing President Trump supports, endorses, or otherwise promotes your candidacy for U.S. Senate in Arizona — he does not,” an attorney for Trump wrote to the Brnovich campaign, The Washington Post reported Monday.
After the 2020 election, Brnovich drew Trump’s ire after he announced that he saw “no evidence, there are no facts that would lead anyone to believe that the election results will change.”
— Garret Lewis (@GarretLewis) June 2, 2022
Trump cracks down on deceptive fundraising by others using his name https://t.co/XIfFtqJaNH
— YvonneWingettSanchez 🏜 (@yvonnewingett) July 4, 2022
Trump Sends Cease & Desist Letter To AZ AG Mark Brnovich ordering him to stop using Trump’s name, image, &/or likeness in his fundraising appeals.
You’d think the AG would know better.
Trump endorsed Blake Masters for senate who has a big lead in polls. https://t.co/M6KFYp76wT
— Chris Buskirk (@thechrisbuskirk) July 4, 2022
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