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Report: Bannon's Company Paid by Trump Super PAC Until Election Day

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By    |   Friday, 09 Dec 2016 03:18 PM

A pro-Donald Trump super PAC paid $134,000 to a company run by the incoming president's close aide in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, The Daily Beast reports.

New Federal Elections Commission filings show the payment was made by the super PAC, Make America Number One.

The Daily Beast reports it was bankrolled largely by Robert Mercer, a New York hedge-fund billionaire. It says his daughter Rebekah is on the board of the Heritage Foundation and funds conservative media projects.

The Mercers were early supporters of Trump’s candidacy.

Bannon has increasingly become the target of liberal media groups.

A Bannon spokesperson told the website that he took a leave of absence from all his businesses as soon as he joined the campaign.

The super PAC paid Glittering Steel a total of $134,500 in four payments from Oct. 26 and Nov. 4.

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A pro-Donald Trump super PAC paid $134,000 to a company run by the incoming president's close aide in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, The Daily Beast reports.
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