Trump Using Campaign Funds From Trumpanzees To Pay $700K In Legal Bills, $50K For Trump Jr.’s Lawyer In June Alone


Trumpanzees are pretty stupid people. Not only did they fall for the nation’s greatest conman, who bankrupted every business he ever ran, but now the money he’s raising constantly from fools who can ill-afford to donate, is being used to pay his and his crooked son’s legal bills, settlements from lawsuits as a result of violence at his KKK rallies in 2016’s election and padding the pockets of his lawyer friends. To say that our “thug’ president can grab women by the “p***y” and get away with it because he’s famous, is putting it lightly. Evidently, he can grab Trumpanzees who smile and take it as well.  And yes, thug, that would be the name any minority would be called if he said he could grab any woman by the genitals. Our racist country tends to only use that word for minorities, not for powerful, rich white men who like Trump not only behave like thugs, but brags about it when he doesn’t think anyone will find out.


Donald Trump’s campaign paid $50,000 to the law office now representing Donald Trump Jr. a little more than a week before news surfaced of an unreported meeting with a Russian attorney that has prompted new accusations of collusion, according to Reuters.


The payment to the Law Offices of Alan S. Futerfas, dated June 27, was disclosed in a filing with the Federal Election Commission on Saturday. It was described as covering “legal consulting” fees.

Trump Jr. admitted to meeting with a Russian lawyer in New York City during the 2016 presidential campaign after he was told she might have damaging information about his father’s rival, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

The payment was made to Futerfas’ firm days before the story about the meeting broke, which caused a scramble inside the White House and Trump Tower to contain it.

The disclosures do not say who Futerfas was hired to represent. Spokesmen for Trump’s re-election campaign and Futerfas did not respond to requests for comment.

Futerfas was revealed as Trump Jr.’s lawyer on Monday after a New York Times report detailed meetings between the president’s eldest son and the Russian lawyer. Futerfas has not said when he was hired.

Separately, the campaign also paid more than $538,000 to Jones Day, the law firm that represented Trump’s campaign during the election. The campaign also paid $89,561 for “legal consulting” to The Trump Corporation, which is owned by the president. The payment was dated June 30th.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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