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CBS News 16 Nov 2020

Former FEC chair on how Trump can use donations to his Election Defense Fund

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President Trump is asking supporters to donate to his so-called Election Defense Fund, but a majority of the money is actually going to his "Save America" leadership PAC. Those funds can be used however the group sees fit, including paying off debts. Ann Ravel, the former chair of the Federal Election Commission, joined CBSN to discuss the legality of that move.


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He will become the first US president to miss the ceremony in more than 150 years.

Joe Biden said the decision was a good thing and it was one of the only things they'd ever agreed on. He said President Trump was an embarrassment to his country.

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