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President Donald Trump recently said he would also begin paying his own bills.
The Trump campaign is no longer paying Donald Trump Jr.'s legal bills.
The campaign had been paying some of the fees associated with the Russia investigation for Trump Jr. and, until recently, President Donald Trump as well. President Trump agreed to start paying his own bills earlier this month.
The Republican National Committee had spent more than $230,000 on the president's legal fees as of mid-September.
Campaign accounts can be used to collect donations and pay legal fees, but not everyone agrees about what purposes they were meant to be used for.
The Trump campaign is reportedly setting up an account to pay for Trump Jr. and other staffers' legal fees. It's not clear where the money in that account will come from.
It's also unclear if the account will cover the legal fees of senior White House officials, who must follow gift rules. Those say employees should "decline otherwise permissible gifts when accepting them would raise concerns about the appearance of impropriety."
In this case, the concern is whether the Trump campaign could potentially influence staffers' testimony by paying their legal bills. The White House says it's addressing the issue.
The U.S. State Department has declared Evan Gershkovich's detention wrongful, and his colleagues say he's being held simply for being a journalist.
Prosecutors said Jareh Sebastian Dalke provided top-secret information to an undercover FBI agent who he believed to be a Russian spy.
Evan Gershkovich, the first American to face espionage charges in Russia since 1986, will remain in jail until at least Nov. 30.
The Israel Defense Forces are moving south and telling civilians to clear out of places it earlier told them were safe.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address U.S. senators by video during a classified meeting Tuesday.
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