After the rally on January 6, trump supporters on their way to Washington, D.C., stormed the U.S. Capitol. In the past two years, former president Trump’s campaign team has paid more than $2.7 million to organizers and companies of the January 6 rally, according to the independent political research center. And it was this rally that led to the “thugs” that swept Capitol Hill.
According to the report, eight trump campaign officials were paid according to the permit issued by the National Park Service for the rally, including Maggie murwani, the niece of former trump chief of staff murwani, who accepted the $138000 payment. After the riots on Capitol Hill, murwani resigned as the US special envoy for Northern Ireland. In addition, Megan & middot; Bowles, one of the two operations managers at the January 6 campaign rally and a former trump campaign operations director, received $290000 in payments.
According to the statistics of the center for Responsive Politics, Trump’s campaign received the most payments from event strategies Inc., a Washington based event management company, to which the trump campaign and the joint fund raising Committee paid more than $1.7 million. Justin capolale and Tim aunce, the company’s owners, both held positions at the campaign rally, the report said.