The Pentagon has worried for months that a project backed by a prominent Democratic donor might interfere with military GPS.
Mike Allen, of Politico, has reported that Frum told him that “donor pressure” resulted in his being asked to leave AEI.
Despite his complaints about the sins of the rich, Obama likes the Democratic donor class just fine – as he should.
mid-15c., from Anglo-French donour, Old French doneur (Modern French donneur), from Latin donatorem (nominative donator) "giver, donor," agent noun from past participle stem of donare "give as a gift" (see donation). Of blood, from 1910; of organs or tissues, from 1918.
donor do·nor (dō'nər)
One from whom blood, tissue, or an organ is taken for use in a transfusion or transplant.
A chemical compound that can transfer an atom, a radical, or a particle to an acceptor.