Dem Senator Admits Dark Money Is a Problem on Both Sides of the Aisle

‘If we can pass a good dark-money law, it would help put an end to this on both sides of the aisle’


REPORTER: "Do you have any thoughts on the story about Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez and dark money?"
WHITEHOUSE: "Well if we can pass a good dark money law, which all the Republicans seem to be objecting to unfortunately, but if we can pass the good dark money law it will help put an end to this on both sides --"
WHITEHOUSE: "-- of the aisle. I don’t think dark money is bad only on the Republican side, although it occurs mostly on the Republican side. I think you need to get rid of dark money entirely."

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