President TrumpDonald John TrumpRobert De Niro, Ben Stiller play Mueller and Cohen in "SNL" parody of "Meet the Parents" Trump order targets wide swath of public assistance programs Comey says Trump reacted to news of Russian meddling by asking if it changed election results MORE's 2020 reelection campaign has spent more than 22 percent on legal fees so far this year, according to the latest fundraising reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.
According to Reuters, President Trump spent $3.9 million in the first quarter. About $24,000 went to the Trump Corporation. According to the report, the Trump campaign paid $1.1 million in legal fees in the fourth quarter of 2017, and has spent $4 million since he took office past year. She wants to invalidate a $130,000 agreement to keep her relationship with Trump secret. The campaign has paid at least eight law firms, with the two firms working on the Stormy Daniels case receiving a combined $280,000.
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The White House said a year ago, before the Daniels court battle began, that Trump would begin paying his own legal expenses in the Mueller probe, after the Republican National Committee shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars for attorneys for him. Usually, incumbent presidents have waited until after their second year in office to begin their re-election campaign.
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign continued to spend a sizable chunk of its money on legal fees in the first months of 2018, the continuation of a pattern that emerged past year.
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The consulting firm for Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale was the largest single recipient of campaign cash - totaling one-point-seven million dollars for digital and advertising services. The reports also state that the campaign has spent $125,000 at several Trump businesses, including Trump International Hotel and Trump Tower, and paid former Trump White House aide Johnny McEntee $22,000.
In addition to raising money for his own campaign, Trump has also collected funds for joint efforts with the Republican National Committee, which uses that money to help congressional candidates.
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