The Koch network informed on Thursday that they will not be backing Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign.
According to the Washington Post, the move “comes as the network has sought to shift attention from its political activities to its investments in education and philanthropy.”
The Post noted that the network will still be helping candidates for Senate and governor through its various groups like Americans for Prosperity.
Koch network Spokesman James Davis told the Post the organization plans to “significant investment to support policy champions in Senate, House and state races, build broad-based policy coalitions, and to launch a major new initiative to fight poverty in America.”
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