How Taxpayers Covered A 1000 Liquor Bill For Trump Staffers
Derek Kravitz writing for ProPublica
A few months after Trump’s inauguration, the State Department proposed a contract that would pay $200,000 for all room costs for federal employees who stay at Mar-a-Lago over the first term of his presidency. But Mar-a-Lago rejected the government’s proposal. Instead, Trump’s resort bills the government the maximum permitted by federal rules: 300% of the government’s per diem rate, which works out to $546 per night.
I’ve said it before, Trump has figured out how to funnel the tax payers' money directly into his bank account.