Trump legal representatives inform GOP to stop utilizing his name and similarity for fundraising

Trump lawyers tell GOP to stop using his name and likeness for fundraising

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Former President Donald Trump’s legal representatives sent out cease-and-desist letters to 3 of the biggest GOP fundraising groups on Friday, a Trump consultant validated to NBC News.

Trump’s legal representatives asked the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Congressional Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee to stop utilizing the ex president’s name and similarity in fundraising appeals and product.

Since Trump left workplace in January, the 3 fundraising groups have actually consistently referenced him in e-mails looking for contributions. However, Trump was supposedly distressed that his name was being utilized without his approval by groups that had actually assisted Republicans who voted to impeach him.

The cease-and-desist notifications come simply days after Trump attended to the Conservative Political Action Conference. In his speech, he required unity, while likewise assaulting a variety of top Republicans, consisting of Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, and other legislators who enacted favor of his impeachment and to convict him.

“Get rid of them all,” Trump stated throughout his speech. “The RINOs that we are surrounded with will destroy the Republican Party and the American worker,” Trump stated at the time, utilizing an acronym for “Republicans in name only.”

Politico initially reported the news.

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