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D'Souza: Helping Wendy Long Felt Like 'Family Obligation'

By    |   Thursday, 16 Oct 2014 11:16 PM

Conservative filmmaker and author Dinesh D'Souza told Fox News he broke campaign election law and gave more than allowed to his friend Wendy Long's Senate race because she was like family.

D'Souza, on a day pass from his eight-month confinement at a halfway facility in California, appeared in a pretaped interview on Fox News Channel's "The Kelly File" on Thursday.

D'Souza, a native of India, said the judge was flummoxed as to why he would try to contribute more to a campaign than allowed.

D'Souza said that when he left his home country at age 17 and came to America, Long was one of his first friends at Dartmouth College and is like family. When she ran for Senate in New York, helping her felt like a "family obligation."

"I kind of lost my judgment and a I went overboard and I did something I shouldn't have done," he said.

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Conservative filmmaker and author Dinesh D'Souza told Fox News he broke campaign election law and gave more than allowed to his friend Wendy Long's Senate race because she was like family.
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