EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The President of the United States still owes the City of El Paso for a February campaign rally, and now his bill includes nearly $100,000 in late fees.
President Donald Trump held a campaign rally on Feb. 11 at the El Paso County Coliseum. That visit cost the City of El Paso $470,417 for police, firefighters and other emergency services.
The bill was due on April 26. Another invoice was issued on July 18 with 21% late fees for the six departments that provided services.
As of Aug. 17, the Trump campaign now owes $569,204.63.
The City has said in the past that it will continue to add late fees to the bill if it is not paid.