Trump's campaign will sell database of supporters' contact info to any business 'not hostile to the president': report
Donald Trump wearing a red 'Make America Great Again' at a political rally in Arizona, photo by Gage Skidmore.

The campaign of Donald Trump is willing to sell access to its database of his supporters to pretty much anyone who wants to buy it, reports the New York Times.

In addition to allowing Republicans and conservative groups, the Trump campaign signed a contract to market its massive voter database to private businesses that are not political.

The list is now available to rent “as long as the political group, org, nonprofit or business is not hostile to the president."

So non-political marketers who want to sell access to Trump's supporters will "most likely able to use the data with no problem,” an email obtained by the Times said.