Republican Committee would stop paying Trump’s legal debts if he announces candidacy | International

The Republican National Committee warned to Donald Trump that if he officially announces his presidential candidacy for 2024it will stop paying its legal expenses that it has been paying since last year.

Committee officials reported could stop paying expenses to law firms it representsn to Donald Trump as part of his defense against personal litigation and government investigations, if Trump is running as a Republican Party candidate for third time in the race for the White House.

This is because according to the organization must maintain its policy of neutrality that prohibits him from taking sides in the presidential primaries. From October 2021, the RNC has paid more than $2 million in Trump legal expenses.

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And it is that although the total of the debts in lawyers of the former president is unknown, what is known is that his legal representatives continue to bill, especially since now a new chapter has been opened in the investigations against Donald Trump after a series was leaked of emails revealing an alleged Trump scheme to create a series of fake voters so that Congress would not certify Biden as president.

“We would just be sending ‘Fake’ Electoral Votes for Pence so that ‘someone’ in Congress can file an objection when it starts counting the votes and start arguing that ‘false’ votes should be counted,” says one of the emails.

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