California Republican Duncan Hunter and his wife, Margaret, have been indicted for allegedly using $250,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses, including dental work and trips to Italy and Hawaii.
To conceal their purchases, the Hunters misclassified purchases in their campaign finance records, labeling expenses as “campaign travel” or “dinner with volunteers” in submissions to the Federal Election Commission.
Hunter and Rep. Chris Collins of New York were the first members of Congress to endorse Donald Trump in 2016 in his run for the presidency. Both men have now been indicted.
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