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Obama Received Contribution From Fugitive Bundler

According to the FEC’s disclosure database, Barack Obama recieved a $2,000 contribution from a Norman Hsu when he ran for the U.S. Senate in 2004. Based on the address and company name (Components Ltd.) listed in the database, the man who made the contribution to Obama appears to be the same Hsu who has been in the news in the past two days for questionable contributions to Democrats, and now, apparently, being a fugitive who plead no contest to grand theft in California. Although Hsu did not donate to Obama’s presidential campaign and has made significantly more contributions to Hillary Clinton, given that Obama accepted a donation from Hsu when he ran from U.S. Senate, he doesn’t come out of this clean either, and it will be difficult for him to capitalize politically off of Hillary’s connections to Hsu. John Edwards appears to be the only major Democratic candidate untarnished by this emerging fundraising scandal.

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