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During last month's shutdown, Trump supporters across the nation raised $20 million out of a $1 billion goal in an effort to help amass funds for Trump's wall at the southern border.

The funds were intended to go to the federal government until the GoFundMe was shut down after the creator of the campaign—Air Force veteran and triple amputee Brian Kolfage—registered Webuildthewall as a 501(c)(4) in Florida: a violation of GoFundMe's rules. As a result, donations will be returned to each of the 350,000 donors unless they authorize their funds to be allocated to the nonprofit within 90 days.

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