4:22 PM PT — One of Trump’s senior advisers is dumping cold water on the Albuquerque story, saying the campaign doesn’t owe the city a nickel.
The Trump campaign does not owe any money here & this story should be retracted immediately.
Security matters for a President are resolved by contacting the Secret Service, not whining to the @ABQJournal.
“City still chasing Trump campaign debt” https://t.co/76jAd6i9Ym
Jason Miller tweeted in emphatic terms Saturday, “The Trump campaign does not owe any money here & this story should be retracted immediately. Security matters for a President are resolved by contacting the Secret Service, not whining to the @ABQJournal.”
Donald Trump shoulda called 1-800-NOBILLS, because his now-defunct campaign is being dunned by a bill collector after its client got royally stiffed.
The City of Albuquerque shelled out more than $200k for security-related costs associated with a 2019 campaign rally … this according to The Hill. The City had blocked off City Hall, among other areas of town, and it required massive police presence, which forced the City to pay cops a bundle of OT. There were many other expenses as well.
The rally was held in the nearby city of Rio Rancho. A spokesperson for the City said campaign honchos told them from the jump they wouldn’t cover the expenses, but now the matter has been referred to a debt collection agency.
The campaign has also stiffed the city of Rio Rancho to the tune of $239,475. And, Bernalillo County also sent the campaign an invoice for nearly $140,000, which has now been written off as a bad debt.
Apparently, some of the notices of delinquent payment were sent to Trump’s doorstep at Mar-a-Lago.
Adding to the ongoing list of Trump’s debts…
Mayor Tim Keller explains why Trump still owes money to the city of Albuquerque. Watch @jordanklepper Fingers the Pulse – Into the MAGAverse special in full: https://t.co/ljguWU4vlU pic.twitter.com/dwkGWiwP55
This isn’t the only case where the Trump campaign allegedly cut and run. The City of El Paso hired lawyers to try and recover more than half a mil for rally-related expenses for a 2019 rally.
Originally Published — 7:08 AM PT
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