The largest chunk of money filling Donald Trump’s personal PAC is wired to enormous legal fees, including the latest charge by the state of Georgia accusing him of leading a criminal enterprise to overturn Joe Biden’s win in that state. Donors from Connecticut represent a mighty windfall for national candidates, but in Trump’s case they are now wary of their investment.
CT Post reporter Ken Dixon shares more:
Once a reliable ATM for Donald Trump, cash from Connecticut is drying up under the heat of the indictments piling up against the embattled former president of the United States.
During the volatile 2020 election cycle, Republicans in Southwestern Connecticut alone contributed nearly $16 million to Trump’s failed election bid.