Wife Of Official Prosecuting Trump Has Donated To Biden, Obama Campaigns

The wife of a former Biden Department of Justice official, who is working as a top prosecutor with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office that brought the hush money case against former President Donald Trump, donated thousands of dollars supporting President Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.

According to FEC records reviewed by Fox News Digital, Anne K. Small, the wife of Matthew Colangelo, donated $2,800 to Biden’s campaign in 2020. Small, who was also a White House official during former President Barack Obama’s administration, also supported Obama’s 2008 campaign and donated $500 to former Sen. John Kerry’s 2004 (D-MA) presidential campaign even though he lost to then-incumbent President George W. Bush.

During the Obama administration, Small served as Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) general counsel, Special Assistant to the President and Associate Counsel in the White House Counsel’s Office, as seen in a 2013 press release.

“Ms. Small previously worked at the SEC as Deputy General Counsel for Litigation and Adjudication, helping to oversee enforcement matters, appellate cases, and adjudications. She becomes the first woman to be named General Counsel of the SEC,” the press release said.

According to an archived version of the NAACP’s Legal Defense Fund’s website, Small has been on the left-wing group’s board of directors since early 2020.

Earlier this year, the left wing group filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court requesting that Trump be disqualified from running for president on the basis of the 14th Amendment.

“The Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which was adopted during the Reconstruction period to safeguard our newly multi-racial democracy from forces who opposed the abolition of slavery and Black citizenship, prohibits government officials who engage in insurrections against the United States from serving again as officers of the United States under Section 3 of that Amendment,” a press release on the amicus brief said.

“The Colorado Supreme Court determined that this provision disqualifies former President Trump from appearing on that state’s ballot because he engaged in an insurrection in connection with the events of January 6, 2021,” the release stated further.

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