On Thursday, Maggie Haberman of New York Times reported that associates of former President Donald Trump are considering “legal action” to compel the former president to cover legal costs related to the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, because he has indicated that he is not willing to do so voluntarily.
Many current and former Trump aides are being targeted by House investigators for information related to their activities or knowledge of Trump’s activities, Jan. .
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This is ironic, when the Republican National Committee earned 1.6 million dollars pay for Trump’s personal legal expenses related to the New York State investigation into his business practices – a settlement that was drawn into fierce criticism from at least one Republican donor.
Former presidents often refuse to pay allies’ legal costs, even when their legal problems involve their relationship with him. Over the past few months, Trump has rejected pleas from Rudy Giuliani to help with his legal costs as he faces investigations and threats of disqualification.
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https://www.salon.com/2022/01/07/aides-consider-legal-action-to-get-his-help-paying-jan-6-related-legal-bills-report_partner/ Trump aides consider “legal action” to get his help paying legal bills related to June 6: report