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"Did you pay for Hamilton?" he asked. The campaign subsequently released receipts from the NY trip, but said that no receipt for "Hamilton" was included because the mayor had thought the ticket originated with his brother.ImageMr.

"I arrived at the theater and received the ticket from my brother", Gillum said.

"This campaign is powered by the people, as evidenced by the almost 100,000 small-dollar, grassroots donors supporting Mayor Gillum and his vision for Florida".

As for his own dealings, Gillum said he understood that his brother gave Corey and Miller tickets to see Jay-Z and Beyonce, which he believed "solved whatever the issue was with regard to the expenses associated with it".

The Florida Commission on Ethics released 150 pages of documents, which include text messages, emails, and photos that are related to interaction between Gillum, his brother, Corey, and Miller. "Gillum, you've got just one more voice for the resistance. Mike Miller and the crew have tickets for us for Hamilton tonight at 8 p.m.", Corey texted Gillum on August 10, 2016, according to the records. However, according to the Tampa Bay Times, text messages received by Gillum contradict his statement.

"I'm not calling Mr. DeSantis a racist", he said.

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Gillum said that Florida voters are "sick of racist attacks, we're sick of bigoted attacks, we're sick of divisive language and strategy". The texts also showed that he stayed in a NY hotel room purchased by Miller.

At the forum at TKAE, Gillum described himself as a "deep and unapologetic friend" to the State of Israel and recalled the trips that he has taken to Israel as part of the sister city program between Tallahassee and Ramat HaSharon.

Kise, who has been has been compiling the records in response to a Florida Commission on Ethics probe looking into whether Gillum accepted gifts worth more than $100 without disclosing them during the NY trip and a trip to Costa Rica.

Chris King, Gillum's running mate, said Gillum would prevail in a contest about personalities and integrity. They also suggest that Gillum's response to a similar question during the October 21 CNN debate was, at the least, incomplete.

Gillum was referring to a tweet by Florida businessman Steven Alembik, who also is known for calling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a "senile fool" who "can't die soon enough".

The issue took center stage during last Sunday's debate between Gillum and DeSantis during which DeSantis directly asked: "Did you pay for the "Hamilton" ticket, or did the undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent pay for the "Hamilton" ticket?"

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Gillum didn't address the question.

Gillum: "I was mistaken".

DeSantis argued that Gillum's explanations didn't make sense - and suggested the corruption probe was hitting closer to home than Gillum cared to admit.

As government stings go, the Gillum trap seems mild compared to ABSCAM: the splashy gotcha moment in the late 1970s that revealed collusion between organized crime and government leaders.

Gillum made the remarks in a Facebook Live video. "We're going to continue to do it".

"... they've wanted the people of this state to believe somehow I haven't deserved what I've gotten, I'm unethical, participated in illegal and illicit activity".

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Aaron Klein is Breitbart's Jerusalem bureau chief and senior investigative reporter.