FILE--In this Aug. 24, 2018, file photo, Utah Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love speaks during a campaign rally in Lehi, Utah. Love is refunding or re-designating up to $380,000 in contributions after the Federal Election Commission issued a warning that more than $1 million may have been improperly collected for a primary that never happened. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, file)

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Congresswoman Mia Love (R-UT) joined Brian Kilmeade to discuss The Alliance for a Better Utah filing an FEC complaint against her over campaign contributions. Love has been accused of collecting more than one million dollars in campaign contributions. Love denies the accusations and said this is a coordinated effort to help her opponent Democrat Ben McAdams and assassinate her character. Love believes she is being targeted by the DNC in Utah because they "do not like the fact that I am a black female republican doing everything I possibly can to talk about issues that help people go from the lowest common denominator up." Love also discussed the need for a better strategy needed by the GOP to target minority voters and the breaking news on the speculation that Rod Rosenstein may either be fired or offer his resignation.

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