Trump Campaign Paid Lawyer Now Representing Son $50,000 In June

The law office was paid more than a week before revelations that Trump Jr. had met with a Russian lawyer during the campaign.

WASHINGTON, July 15 (Reuters) - Donald Trump’s presidential re-election campaign made a $50,000 payment in June to the law office now representing Donald Trump Jr. more than a week before revelations that the president’s son had met with a Russian lawyer during the campaign.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. Separately, the campaign ...