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In recording, payday lenders say giving money to Trump's campaign buys White House access


<b>In recording, payday lenders say giving money to Trump's campaign buys White House access</b>The recording offers a surprisingly frank insight into the payday lending industry’s strategy for advocating for weaker government regulations by forging a tight relationship with the Trump administration and the president’s campaign.
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Money in politics kills democracy. Billing himself as one of President Trump's top fundraisers, Michael Hodges told fellow payday lenders that industry contributions to the president's reelection campaign could be leveraged to gain access to the Trump administration.

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