Dartmouth grad D'Souza pleads guilty to campaign finance violation
The campaign finance law D'Souza violated bars individuals from contributing more than $5,000 to federal candidates.
Prosecutors claimed that amounted to a $20,000 contribution by D'Souza, exceeding the $5,000 limit.
"I pleaded guilty to the charge of exceeding the campaign finance limits and the government agreed to drop the second charge," D'Souza told host Megyn Kelly.
D'Souza took part in a debate, titled "What's So Great About America?" at Dartmouth College in January with 1960s-era antiwar activist Bill Ayers. firstname.lastname@example.org
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