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Making federal campaign contributions under a false identity is a crime. As a dirty trick, attempts to smear opponents by linking them to unsavory political groups has a long history.
In 1972, Roger Stone, then a young campaign staffer for Richard Nixon’s re-election campaign, sent a donation to Nixon’s anti-war primary opponent in the name of the Young Socialist Alliance. Stone went on to become a political adviser to Donald Trump, a role he left early in Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign.
(click here to continue reading Republican pair apparently pose as communists to make Democratic donation | US news | The Guardian.)