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The Republican National Committee Took $1.4 Million From A Casino Magnate Accused Of Sexual Misconduct

via CBS New York

In 2018, the Republican National Committee (RNC) decided to continue accepting donations from casino mogul Steve Wynn despite sexual misconduct allegations against him.

This decision was met with criticism, leading some, including Republican Senators and the Republican Governors Association, to call for the return of Wynn’s donations.

Despite settlements and fines related to the allegations, RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel stated that the RNC would only return the donations if Wynn was found guilty of wrongdoing.

Since then, Wynn has continued to make substantial contributions to conservative political causes, including donations to specific political campaigns and a GOP super PAC.

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