The Daily Populous

Thursday May 16th, 2019 night edition

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Trump supporters who donated to a GoFundMe campaign aiming to fund portions of the president’s proposed border wall are worried they were scammed.

In December, triple-amputee veteran Brian Kolfage became a right-wing sensation after he raised more than $20 million for a GoFundMe campaign aiming to raise $1 billion to fund parts of Trump’s proposed wall.

taking advantage of the United States taxpayers,” and the “political games from both parties.”.

In January, Kolfage pledged to refund “every single penny” of the money if the campaign did not hit its $1 billion goal.

After founding the organization, Kolfage told the New York Times in January that the project would break ground within “weeks.”

“The lack of updates is very concerning,” Joshua Greene, a Trump supporter who donated to the effort, told the outlet.

“I knew Brian had some previous shady GoFundMe campaigns,” Joshua Greene told The Daily Beast. »

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It is important to keep this in mind when examining the generational trends that Curran and Hill reported from their study. »

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