When Donald Trump Charity pays charity to help people find its mobile app for its mobile platform, it’s a victory for the American public, even as the charity continues to spend tens of millions of dollars on advertising, according to the Center for Public Integrity.
In a recent report, the watchdog found that Trump’s charitable foundation had spent $2.8 million since 2009 on ads promoting the mobile app.
But according to documents provided to CFI by Trump charities that were previously shared with the watchdog, the charity did not actually spend any money on ads.
Instead, Trump’s charity paid the American Red Cross to run the ads, which ran for about three weeks during the 2016 presidential campaign.
The charity then bought ads for other charities on the campaign trail, including the National Alliance for Women and Families.
According to a report released last week by the Center on Media and Democracy, the campaign bought about $6.3 million worth of ads for the presidential race.
The ads, however, were run only in places that were open to the public, and they ran on radio, TV and the internet.
The National Action Network, a Trump charity that was run by his son Eric and is also a political action committee, also paid the Red Cross for ads, but did not spend money on them.
The Red Cross did not respond to a request for comment about the payments.
In the 2016 campaign, Trump raised about $10 million from the American people, according the watchdog.
Trump donated $250,000 to his own foundation, Trump University, but also pledged to give $1 million to charities that would use the money to help their clients get better jobs, according a fundraising letter released by the watchdog on March 8, 2020.
The letter was signed by the president, his son, and several other top Trump donors.
But while Trump’s foundation has been spending hundreds of millions on the ads and other campaign spending, he has also been taking a heavy toll on the charity’s bottom line.
Trump’s nonprofit charity has lost more than $6 million since the beginning of 2020, according with the Center.
Trump has paid out nearly $10.5 million to the charity in the last three years, according and reports filed with the IRS.
In addition to the ads that were run during the campaign, the nonprofit also spent more than another $2 million on online marketing for the mobile site.
Trump also took more than a million dollars from the Red Fox network, a television network owned by the billionaire.
In February 2018, the network paid the charity $3.4 million to promote its mobile application, according IRS documents obtained by CFI.
But the RedFox network did not disclose its donors, according FEC records.
The nonprofit’s annual reports filed to the IRS in the period show that the nonprofit spent more on ads in 2017 than it had for all of 2016.
That included $4.2 million for mobile ads.
The annual report also shows that the charity had $2,000 in unused advertising budget in 2018, which is roughly double the amount spent on the same year last year.
But in 2018 and 2019, the amount of advertising that was paid out to the Redfox network was about a third of what it was in 2016.
Red Fox also paid out about $8 million to a group called the Center to Protect Patient Rights, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit that does not disclose donors, and the nonprofit paid the Trump charity $5,500 in cash.
According the nonprofit’s filings, the Center Protect Patient rights was founded in 2017, but it did not appear in the 2017 tax returns for the year.
Trump charities have spent billions of dollars since the end of last year, according data provided by the nonprofit watchdog, which also published a report last week on how the president’s charities have been spending millions on political ads.
“The Trump Foundation has continued to spend billions of taxpayers’ dollars on politics,” the watchdog report found.
Trump and his wife, Melania, have donated nearly $4 billion to his presidential campaign and the Republican Party since the 2016 election, according, according.
The president has spent roughly $2 billion since 2020 on his businesses, charities, and other political spending, according information from the Center, which released its annual report on Tuesday.
Trump gave his son and daughter-in-law more than the average American household earned in 2017.
The President’s charities spent nearly $12 billion on political advertisements in the 2016 and 2017 elections, according federal data.
The watchdog also reported that the Trump family charity spent $1.4 billion on ads for 2016 and $2 Billion for 2017, the last two years the family charity was active.
The charities were all run by the Trump Organization, which Trump said in an interview with ABC News last year that he had no involvement in.