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In the days before the January 6 insurrection, the Secret Service minimized the serious threat to the Capitol, elected officials and the certification of the 2020 election posed by the Proud Boys.
A dark money group poured almost $50 million into helping former President Trump swing the Supreme Court sharply to the right.
The Secret Service received permission to pay above government limits to protect Eric and Lara Trump at Trump properties at least eight times.
Three days after the October 1, 2017 mass shooting in Las Vegas, then-President Trump visited Las Vegas and met with victims of the shooting. But the visit was not without an apparent financial benefit to Trump with taxpayers absorbing a $31k charge to Trump's hotel.
Trump's presidential grifting had a real cost to taxpayers, nearly $2 million funneled to protect the Trumps at their own properties.
Since the January 6 insurrection, six of the biggest fossil fuel companies in America have given nearly $700,000 to the campaign and leadership PACs of the Sedition Caucus.