GAI President talks about a new story documenting how Congressional staffers are trading on insider knowledge.
Peter Schweizer discusses GAI’s report that updates findings on which members of Congress require CVV security on their campaign donation pages.
GAI obtained voter roll data from 21 states, amounting to 17 percent of all possible state-to-state combinations. Despite significant data acquisition obstacles and an extremely conservative matching approach that sought only to identify two votes cast in the same legal name, GAI found 8,471 highly likely duplicate votes. We published our findings as a report…
America the Vulnerable: Are Foreign and Fraudulent Online Contributions Influencing U.S. Elections? Taking Another Look.
The Government Accountability Institute published a new report entitled “America the Vulnerable: Are Foreign and Fraudulent Online Contributions Influencing U.S. Elections? Taking Another Look.” GAI’s report finds that while 91% of Republicans with active donate pages require the Card Verification Value (CVV) on their websites, fewer than 10% of Congressional Democrats require the additional layer…
GAI’s President joins David Lawrence to discuss the current state of U.S. government transparency, the challenges with improving it and the problems it may pose.
GAI President talks about the financial ties between John Podesta and Vladimir Putin on Fox News
“Lawmakers failed to seize on an alarming development in the Russia collusion story last week, one that should spark serious and immediate congressional inquiry. But it didn’t involve President Trump or his administration. During a heated Fox Business interview with Maria Bartiromo, Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chief John Podesta made a series of misleading statements…
Peter Schweizer talks to ABC News on why meetings between Jared Kushner and Russian bankers are relevant
GAI’s President discusses the problems Trump administration adviser Jared Kushner’s real estate portfolio poses for the White House
GAI’s President also discusses Hillary Clinton’s new non-profit and similarities it may have with the Clinton Foundation.