Trump refusing to pay pollster
He’s treating him like contractors who he also stiffs.
Trump’s presidential campaign is reportedly refusing to pay some of veteran Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio’s expenses.
The campaign’s latest Federal Election Commission (FEC) report shows it contesting $766,756.67 that Fabrizio’s firm says it is owed for polling, The Washington Post reported Monday.
FEC records show the debt to Fabrizio Lee, the pollster’s Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based firm., listed as a “contested” expense.
The records also include a separate $55,300 debt to his organization that is not contested.
Trump campaign officials on Monday refused comment on the dispute.