Conman Trump Owes His Pollster $767,000, Refuses To Pay Up, Company Plans To Sue The Fake Republican Candidate
And so, the Trump campaign is disputing nearly $767,000 that veteran GOP pollster Tony Fabrizio’s firm says it is still owed for polling, the Washington Post reported Monday.
According to the Trump campaign’s latest Federal Election Commission report, Fabrizio, who was hired in May, did not receive any payments from the campaign until September. This comes after the latest report from the Federal Election Committee filed on Thursday revealed that a joint fundraising committee between the RNC and the Trump campaign spent over $300,000 on books from the publisher of his “Art of the Deal” just last month.
That same FEC filing also showed that Trump was about $40 million short on his promise to self-fund his campaign to the tune of $100 million, with little more than a week before Election Day.
So, it comes as no surprise that Trump has reportedly decided to stiff the pollster who was only brought on to the campaign at the behest of former campaign manager Paul Manafort and longtime adviser Roger Stone. As far back as August, following Trump’s relentless attacks against a Gold Star family who dared speak out against the GOP nominee’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and proposals at the Democratic National Convention, Fabrizio was forced to deliver bad news to the candidate.
Trump is not a billionaire or even a good businessman, he’s a con artist fooling a bunch of racist fools.