REPORT: Legal fund for former Trump aide raising big money

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A legal fund for Michael Caputo, a former Trump campaign aide, has accumulated almost a quarter of a million dollars in funds to help Caputo cover his legal costs associated with the investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

The description of the legal fund claims that Caputo isn’t a subject of investigation, but rather is viewed as a witness.

“Consequently, Michael has endured hours of redundant testimony before various US Government bodies, each time requiring many hours of highly specialized and expensive legal assistance,” the legal fund’s description says. “Thus, he has incurred tens of thousands of dollars of legal bills while defending the GOP and the President of the United States. Experts predict that his legal fees could exceed $125,000.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Last week, Caputo testified before special counsel Robert Mueller’s team and the Senate Intelligence Committee.

In his closing remarks before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Caputo told members of the panel, “God damn you to hell,” after outlining how the probe “forced” his family out of their home and “crushed” his children as a result of the legal costs associated with the inquiry.

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