Every four years Americans elect a president. And every four years, campaign-finance experts predict the coming of the most expensive election in history. The 2016 presidential campaign is no exception. It is reckoned that political candidates, parties, and outside groups will spend more than double the cost of the 2012 campaign. But how do the intertwined elements of money, politics and the media play a role in the most expensive elections in the world? And why is this money not spent in a way to benefit the public? This documentary delves into the mechanics and workings of the US presidential elections and tries to disclose how money is spent for TV advertisement, campaigning, and lobbying.