Trump Campaign Paid a Firm Called Draper Sterling $35,000 for 'Web Advertising'

But nobody knows who the Mad Men of New Hampshire are

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These days, there are a lot of savvy digital advertising companies to choose from. And if you're running to be leader of the free world, it's probably wise to stick with the best. However, Donald Trump's presidential campaign seems to be relying on a small, mysterious firm named after the fictionally famous admen, Don Draper and Roger Sterling, from AMC's Mad Men.

According to a campaign finance report filed Monday night with the Federal Election Commission, the Trump campaign has paid $35,000 to a company in New Hampshire called Draper Sterling.



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