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Investigate Donald Trump Jr. for violating election laws!

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Investigate Donald Trump Jr. for violating election laws!

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Petition Statement

It is against the law to solicit foreign nationals for any election-related contributions - including information on one’s opponents. But emails from Donald Trump Jr. demonstrate that he did just that, by meeting with a Putin-connected lawyer, intending to learn damaging information about the Clinton campaign.

The Federal Election Commission must fully investigate the Trump campaign and Trump Jr’s possible violations and hold them accountable!
There are currently 949 signatures. NEW goal - We need 1,000 signatures!

Petition Background

Americans deserve to know the full details and extent of the Trump campaign’s possible collusion with the Russian government during the 2016 election.

Donald Trump Jr. appears to have violated the Federal Election Campaign Act, and now we need the Federal Election Commission to hold him and the Trump campaign accountable. We deserve a president who is accountable to us, not to wealthy donors, his own business interests, or foreign governments.

Add your name now to call on the Federal Election Commission to investigate Trump Jr.’s violations of election law!

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