“I was a mortgage banker, but I didn’t bring down the financial system of the free world,” he told NHBR in a phone interview from his office in San Francisco. In fact, when Paul donated some $25 million to build a new building for UNH’s business school, no one questioned the source of his money. But early this year, when he launched a $500,000 Super PAC to support Dan Innis (the former dean of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics), he became a target of criticism.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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