(Politico) The Koch brothers' political network spent hundreds of millions to win the White House and the Senate — and came up empty. So they did what any smart business executives would do: ordered up an audit.
But they're not waiting for the final report for heads to roll.
Americans for Prosperity, the Kochs' main political outlet, parted ways with its chief operating officer, most of its 100-plus employee field staff and several fundraisers. Generation Opportunity, a Koch-backed youth mobilization effort, recently replaced its president.
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