So far this year, more than 20 percent of Trump campaign spending has gone to legal fees

9:32 p.m. ET  Since Jan. 1, President Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign has spent $835,000 in legal fees, about 22 percent of its total spending, reports filed with the Federal Election Commission show.
At least eight firms have been paid, with the two firms working on the Stormy Daniels case receiving a combined $280,000. The reports also state that the campaign has spent $125,000 at several Trump businesses, including Trump International Hotel and Trump Tower, and paid Johnny McEntee $22,000. After McEntee, a former White House aide, was fired he was immediately hired by the campaign. So far this year, the campaign has raised $10.1 million, spending $3.9 million. Catherine Garcia

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