You might remember Republican Duncan Hunter from that time he vaped in a legislative hearing about... vaping. Now he's causing a bit more trouble thanks to $1,302 of Steam Games, 68 in total, that appeared on his campaign finances for 2015.
Currently, it's being investigated because politicians shouldn't be blowing State cash on Counter Strike as a rule. Hunter's got his ass covered though, claiming that his son used his credit card to buy one game, somehow by mistake, which then lead to several "unauthorised" charges.
I don't really know how political finances work but using a campaign credit card to buy games seems like a bad move on any level. Hunter listed the costs as a “personal expense - to be paid back” and he's trying to get the money back before repaying the campaign funds.
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