GOP lawmakers seek to boost digital ads on Trump’s campaign website

The Senate has passed a bill that would boost digital advertising on President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign website, according to a press release from the office of Senator Cory Gardner.

The bill, which was co-sponsored by Senators Cory Gardner (R-CO), Pat Toomey (R,PA), and Tom Cotton (R,-AR), would also provide an exemption for digital ads. 

The bill was co­sponsored by Gardner, Toomeys and Cotton.

The new legislation is expected to be reintroduced in the coming weeks. 

It is expected that the legislation would give the White House more flexibility in how it uses digital ads, including allowing the White Houses website to display ads that appear in news feeds, but could also allow it to use ad placement on its own website. 

The Trump campaign has faced criticism from political scientists for the lack of data on how much money the campaign has spent in digital ads during the primary. “

This is an important first step towards achieving a level playing field for voters in the 2016 elections, and I look forward to working with my colleagues to enact a legislative solution to the digital divide in America.” 

The Trump campaign has faced criticism from political scientists for the lack of data on how much money the campaign has spent in digital ads during the primary. 

Cotton and Toomeya have both said that the campaign should disclose how much it spent in advertising during the campaign.