- THE WASHINGTON TIMES - Susan Ferrechio - MAR 30, 2022 -
The Federal Election Commission has fined Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee for failing to disclose campaign spending that ended up in the pocket of Christopher Steele, the former British spy who authored a Russian-based dossier to damage Donald Trump.
The FEC fined Mrs. Clinton’s campaign $8,000 and levied a heftier punishment on the DNC, which must pay a $105,000 penalty.
The agency said the two entities “misreported the purpose of certain disbursements.”
The commission issued the fines after receiving a complaint from the Coolidge Reagan Foundation, which describes itself as a First Amendment watchdog group.
Neither the DNC nor Mrs. Clinton immediately commented about the FEC ruling.