The University of Phoenix is demanding that the Republican Attorney General’s Association return $ 50,400, which it donated to the organization, due to the group’s reported involvement that instigated the storm of the U.S. Capitol last week by supporters of President Trump, according to Popular information, a political newsletter.
However, the university did not return inquiries per. Phone and email Wednesday.
But according to the newsletter, the university confirmed that it is asking for a refund. “We have asked RAGA to return our contribution to us as soon as possible,” Popular information cited the university.
According to the newsletter, the organization that works to elect Republicans as state attorneys is spreading conspiracy theories about stealing the election from Trump on Twitter. The group’s political arm, the Rule of Law Defense Fund, sent a robocall urging “patriots” to march against the Capitol. The group’s CEO, Adam Piper, retired after the fallout from these activities, Wall Street Journal reported.