- Jan 20, 2016
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- Y Cae Ras
Fred Eshelman, 71, is a North Carolina venture capitalist who made his fortune through pharmaceutical companies. He is suing True the Vote, a Texas organization.
A pro-Trump donor who gave $2.5million to a 'True the Vote' campaign that promised to prove election fraud is suing for his money back, claiming he does not know what it was spent on.
Fred Eshelman, 71, is a North Carolina venture capitalist who made his fortune through pharmaceutical companies. He gave $2.5million to an organization called True The Vote, hoping the money would be used to prove election fraud robbed Donald Trump of victory.
But in a lawsuit filed in Texas on Wednesday, he says he does not know what his money was spent in, and now wants it back.
Its hard to feel any sympathy for Mr Eshelman. Dumbo should have checked out the small print before writing the cheque. This sounds like one of those Bannon style "build the wall" scams. The entertainment value from trumps debacle just goes up another notch .