Former President Donald Trump lashed out at the New York Times over a report that his presidential campaign had duped supporters out of millions of dollars in unwitting automatic transactions.
The report was published Saturday and included interviews with several Trump supporters who said that they had authorized a donation to the campaign but later saw their bank accounts depleted from multiple automatic transactions that they did not expect.
On Monday, the former president excoriated the report and denied the claims against his campaign.
“In yet another highly partisan story, the failing New York Times wrote a completely misleading, one-sided attack piece this weekend that tried to disparage our record-setting grassroots fundraising operation during the 2020 campaign,” read the Trump statement. . .
“Our support in 2020 was so big — never before seen (received more votes than any sitting President in history, by far), that it has become a major threat to the Democratic Party, which explains why the New York Times immediately rushed to defend their Radical Left Allies,” Trump continued. (Read more from “Trump Goes Off On NYT Over Report His Campaign Stole Money From Supporters ” HERE)