Trump Sends Letter To GOP That Involves Veiled Threat 

( )- On Thursday, the campaign for former President Trump cautioned numerous Republican organizations that they risk losing his possible support if they continue to use his picture in fundraising materials without his blessings. 

A statement read that Trump does not allow using his name, image, and likeness in fundraising calls for candidates he has not supported and committees he may or may not support. The statement was made in a letter from two Trump campaign staffers. 

According to Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita, two Trump campaign officials mentioned in the letter; the fundraising messages give the impression that the money will be used to support the reelection of the former president. 

Wiles and LaCivita wrote that at huge personal sacrifice and a toll on him and his family, President Trump had developed the most powerful, successful brand in the history of American politics. If you steal money from the President’s donors and use his name to your advantage, he won’t have enough money to run against Joe Biden and win the election. 

According to the letter, former President Trump is “doubtful” to sign letters or attend events with candidates that utilize vendors who exploit Trump’s picture without his agreement. 

Trump campaign aides said that in selecting which candidates he would support, the President and his staff would evaluate if the candidate pays a digital fundraising vendor that consistently fundraises off his name, image, and likeness without authority. 

Reports claim that ten consulting companies, including ColdSpark, Axiom Strategies, Targeted Victory, and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), received the memo. 

Nikki Haley’s Stand for America PAC is now working with ColdSpark, but the business has recently done work for a number of other campaigns, including that of various members of Congress. 

Axiom Strategies’ CEO, Jeff Roe, has lately gotten behind the Never Back Down PAC, which is lobbying for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) to make a bid for the presidency. 

In addition to Republican congressional leaders, Targeted Victory has collaborated with potential 2024 presidential candidate Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.).