Vet behind ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe hits back at fund claims

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 · A triple-amputee military vet raises $11 million for Trump’s border wall in just under five days Could the government just take all the GoFundMe cash that Brian Kolfage ends up raising?

As the debate over the border wall heats up, one man has taken it upon himself to support Trump in his efforts to build it. Brian Kolfage started a GoFundMe page that has raised over $12 million.

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The Purple Heart triple amputee veteran behind a $20million ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe has hit back at claims he is misspending the funds raised after he bought a $600,000 boat and donors began to.

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Update: A GoFundMe campaign accepting donations to fund a wall on the southern U.S. border has raised over $4 million in four days. Created on Sunday by Iraq war veteran and triple amputee Brian Kolfage, the "We will fund the wall" crowdfunding effort seeks to raise $1 billion to fund the construction of a physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.

 · The GoFundMe page to build the wall, to which he’d donated, was a sensation on the right in late 2018 and raised more than $20 million. Organized by triple-amputee veteran brian kolfage, the campaign eventually morphed into a nonprofit called We Build the Wall, which promised to build portions of the wall on private land using the money it raised.

Counter GoFundMe page created to raise money to buy ‘ladders’ to climb over Trump’s border wall. The GoFundMe page Ladders to Get Over Trump’s Wall was created Wednesday by Charlotte Clymer, who set up the page to counter a campaign for the border started by a USAF veteran.

The online fundraising site GoFundMe is refunding all of the more than $21 million raised by a triple-amputee Air Force veteran for building a wall along the U.S/Mexico border, a company spokesman.

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