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Politics Trump’s Reelect Campaign Spent $1.2 Million On Legal Fees So Far This Year

17:06  16 july  2018
17:06  16 july  2018 Source:   talkingpointsmemo.com

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President Donald Trump ’ s 2020 presidential campaign has spent $ 1 . 2 million on legal fees so far this year , according to a Sunday Buzzfeed News report. The campaign reportedly has .1 million in its warchest. This figure grows significantly when including the two Trump -aligned committees.

President Donald Trump ’ s 2020 presidential campaign has spent $ 1 . 2 million on legal fees so far this year , according to a Sunday Buzzfeed News report. The numbers come from the most recent FEC filings and include payment to firms Harder LLP and Larocca, Hornik, Rosen, Greenberg & Blaha

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President Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential campaign has spent $1.2 million on legal fees so far this year, according to a Sunday Buzzfeed News report.

The numbers come from the most recent FEC filings and include payment to firms Harder LLP and Larocca, Hornik, Rosen, Greenberg & Blaha, both of which are reportedly involved in Trump’s legal battle with Stormy Daniels.

The campaign has also doled out money to Trump-owned enterprises, including $5,500 to the Trump Corporation and $275,000 to Trump properties like the Trump International Hotel in DC and Trump Doral Golf Resort in Florida.

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Trump ' s campaign spent about million in that same time period. In the second quarter of 2017, Trump ' s re -election campaign raised about million and spent .4 million . Of the donations, $ 1 . 2 million consisted of unitemized contributions, meaning money from donors who gave less than 0.

President Donald Trump ' s 2020 reelection campaign has spent another nearly 0,000 in legal fees in the last three months, according to the The total campaign spending at Trump properties so far this year is about 5,000. Overall, the campaign has raised about .4 million between April

Per Buzzfeed, the campaign raised $8.4 million and spent $3.6 million between April and July. The campaign reportedly has $33.1 million in its warchest.

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