Bill Clinton’s ‘super PACs’ will be part of Trump’s campaign for president
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that they will join a growing number of presidential candidates and party operatives in forming super PACs and running for office.
De Blasio and Gillibrands announced their new super PACs, the Bill deBlasio and Kirsten & Cuomo for President super PACs.
The super PACs will be separate entities from the campaign that they are running for, according to a statement.
The New York senator, Gillibrant and Cuomo are also forming a joint fundraising committee to help fund the presidential bid.
“This is a game changer for the American people and our democracy,” Cuomo said.
Gillibranda and de Blasio are joining a handful of other Democratic leaders and progressive groups who have announced they will support presidential candidates, including Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley and Elizabeth Warren. “
Together, we will continue to build a better, fairer and more prosperous America.”
Gillibranda and de Blasio are joining a handful of other Democratic leaders and progressive groups who have announced they will support presidential candidates, including Bernie Sanders, Martin O’Malley and Elizabeth Warren.
The news of the new super PAC comes after Trump and Clinton have been locked in a heated battle for the Republican nomination.
Trump and his allies have said Clinton and her allies are working to tie the Democratic nominee to her husband’s history of using taxpayer funds to pay for his lavish personal trips.
Clinton has accused Trump of trying to smear her by tying her to Bill Clinton.
“He has spent years trying to discredit my campaign, and he has done so with a clear purpose to try and make it look as if I am the one who was using taxpayers money to pay him to go on his vacations,” Clinton said in a statement earlier this month.
“I have never, ever used taxpayer money to travel on my husband’s vacations.
A number of other prominent Democrats are joining in the effort to build super PACs to support their presidential campaigns, including former Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, New Jersey Gov. “
And I will never, in any way, ever use taxpayer funds or any other form of public funds for anything to benefit my husband or his businesses.”
A number of other prominent Democrats are joining in the effort to build super PACs to support their presidential campaigns, including former Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
New York’s Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is also joining the effort.
Cuomo announced that he is joining the Bill &.
deBlasios for President campaign in a press release, saying he will support candidates “who are making positive changes to the broken system that has failed our country for too long.”
He will work to “bring real change” and help “ensure that all New Yorkers can enjoy the benefits of a healthy economy while raising families,” the statement said.
The group’s website says that it will focus on “issues that directly affect New Yorkers, like raising wages, reforming the state budget, investing in our infrastructure, and creating jobs.”
The announcement of the two new super-PACs comes as Clinton continues to be a thorn in Trump’s side, having said he wants to appoint justices to the Supreme Court who are willing to overturn Roe v.
A number, including the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, are in the final stages of deciding whether to allow states to outlaw abortion, and Trump has said that he would consider the issue if Clinton were to win the White House.