REVEALED: Trump 2020 Campaign Paid $50,000 to Trump Jr’s Lawyer Two Weeks Before Emails Came Out

New government filings demonstrate that President Donald Trump’s re-decision battle is paying Donald Trump, Jr’s. safeguard lawyer.

Only two weeks preceding the arrival of messages recording Trump, Jr’s. meeting with Kremlin-connected lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, Trump’s reelection battle paid $50,000 to the law workplaces of Alan Futerfas, The Every day Monster reports.

“Trump Jr. does not yet face any official allegations of legal wrongdoing, but he and the White House have scrambled to contain the political fallout from the controversy,” The Beast explained. “It was not immediately clear whether the campaign expenditure was renumeration for Futerfas’s representation of Trump’s son, on Russia-related or other matters. But the payment sticks out on a presidential campaign’s expenditure list: Futerfas’s expertise is in white collar criminal defense, not political and election law.”

President Trump’s re-election campaign paying his namesake son’s criminal defense attorney was not the only bombshell in the Federal Election Commission reports, which were released Saturday.

The Trump re-election campaign also payed $89,561 to the Trump Corporation for legal services, just three days after the payment to Futerfas.