WASHINGTON — Three of Donald Trump’s female supporters are starting a new super political action committee to help the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

The group calls itself Women Vote Trump and it aims to raise at least $30 million.

Women Vote Trump is at least the fourth super PAC backing Trump, who has repeatedly called such groups “corrupt” because they can accept large checks from donors seeking to curry favor with candidates. Super PACs are legally barred from coordinating with candidates.

The group is describing its plans at a news conference Thursday in Washington. Co-founder Ann Stone says the group’s goal is to help Trump appeal to women voters. The candidate has been accused by both Republicans and Democrats of unflattering comments about women.


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