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UK, Iceland officials report Trump money pitch

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>> But I really do see a parallel.>> Donald Trump said that he would benefit from Brexit, but no one saw this coming. In what may simply be the latest sign of a campaign tripping over its own feet, Donald Trump accused of soliciting illegal campaign donations overseas.>> That's too bad.
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>> Two non partisan watchdog groups alleging the Trump campaign sent emails to officials in the UK as well as Australia and Iceland, asking for up to $2,700. US election laws strictly forbid candidates from either soliciting or receiving money from foreign sources. No immediate response from the campaign, so it's not yet known whether anyone who got the fund raising pitch actually sent money.
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Trump has lagged far behind Hillary Clinton in the money raise so far, but says money is now flooding in.>> We're gonna do something really amazing.