Trump Uses RNC Funds To Pay For His Russia Defense -- Thanks To Hillary Clinton's Lawyer
WASHINGTON ? President Donald Trump, a billionaire, is reportedly using money raised by the Republican National Committee to cover legal fees associated with the Department of Justice investigation into his 2016 presidential campaign. Trump has used over $230,000 in money raised by the RNC for his own legal defense, according to Reuters. The president is currently under investigation for potential illegal coordination with Russia ? which is alleged to have hacked the Democratic National Committee and intervened in the election to defeat Hillary Clinton ? and for possible obstruction of justice when he fired James Comey, the former FBI director, in May.
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