“The campaign of former Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) reported paying $11,000 for ‘website design’ to the technology firm that created a personal website for him, in a move that could violate campaign-finance rules,” Forbes reports.
“More than a year after stepping down from his role in Congress to serve as Donald Trump’s director of national intelligence, Ratcliffe still had access to a pile of money originally raised to support his congressional bids. He dipped into that stash to pay a company named Telegraph Creative. But Forbes found no evidence that Telegraph Creative did work on behalf of Ratcliffe’s old campaign. Instead, it seems more likely that the money went toward the cost of creating a personal website for Ratcliffe.”Save to Favorites