President Trump filed for reelection nearly immediately upon assuming office, and new filings reflect the aggressive approach: The president's campaign and two affiliated fundraising committees pulled in about $20 million in the first quarter, reports Politico. His campaign spent over $3 million in 2017 in legal fees. One other unusual facet of the campaign's money operation: Roughly $1 in every $5 spent is going toward legal fees, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The two legal firms involved in the fight with Daniels - Harding LLP and Larocca, Hornik, Rosen, Greenberg & Blaha - were paid a combined total of $280,000. The president and Cohen have filed their own suit against her, threatening to seek millions in damages.
U.S. President donaldtrump's re-election effort raised £ 10 million in the very first quarter of the calendar year, making his own re-election performance with £ 28 million in money, " his effort revealed on Sunday. It's not clear whether Trump is actually paying his lawyers, considering the campaign's high legal spending.
He continues to energize small-dollar donors, FEC filings show.
Mainz top Freiburg after VAR drama
The penalty was given for a handball by Marc-Oliver Kempf that the VAR noticed after the halftime whistle had blown. The man in the middle then received a call from his video assistant, instructing him to check the incident.
As of April, 16 Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) Analysts See $0.63 EPS
This company shares are -8.03% up from its target price of $286.62 and the current market capitalization stands at $137.64B. That forecast is closely in line with Netflix's own forecast of 1.45 million in the USA and 4.9 million internationally.
Hole in roof puts Blue Jays game at risk
Monday's games between the Orioles-Red Sox and Cardinals-Cubs were also postponed, bringing MLB's season total to 24 so far. Multiple reporters have posted photos on social media of the hole, which has caused leaking onto Rogers Centre's turf field.
Trump's former personal aide, John McEntee, who was bounced out of the White House early last month amid an investigation reportedly for "serious financial crimes", was paid $22,000 by the campaign in late March, CNN noted.
Responding to the Ricketts campaign filing, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Bob Krist said he has been "focused on performing my elected duties in the Nebraska Legislature" and has been delayed in mounting a concerted fundraising campaign.
In addition to payments from the campaign, Parscale's business also received $66,647 from the two fundraising committees and another $46,808 in consulting fees from the main super PAC supporting Trump, America First Action. Parscale was the digital director of Trump's 2016 campaign.