It appears that the Donald Trump campaign has paid $35,000 to an ad agency named Draper Sterling, as reported in its last FEC filing. The curious nature of these payments, however, is that by all accounts Draper Sterling does not exist. (It did exist in AMC's "Mad Men.") Judd Legum of ThinkProgress picked up on the strange detail, adding that the payment had been for Web advertising back in April of this year. A head-scratching new turn in the unconventional campaign that is Donald Trump's candidacy.