Donald Trump’s "Mad Men" Are Also Medical Device Execs

Published: Jun 22, 2016

The “Mad Men” behind the Draper Sterling firm that got $35,000 from Donald Trump’s presidential campaign are reportedly also the co-founders of medical device company XenoTherapeutics.

Campaign finance documents released this week showed that the Trump campaign paid $35,000 to Londonderry, N.H.-based Draper Sterling; the name is a play on the names of 2 characters on the popular Mad Men television program. Paul Holzer and Jonathan Adkins, the duo media outlets linked with Draper Sterling, are also behind Boston-based XenoTherapeutics; Trump’s campaign also paid $3,000 each to Holzer and Adkins, apart from the payment to Draper Sterling

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