First, some breaking news.
Sorry-- broke news.
Trouble for the Trump campaign.
New details abouta staggering lack of cash.
REPORTER: Despite bringing in more than
five million dollars last month, Trump ended the month
with just over a million dollars in the bank.
A campaign, basically,that's broke.
Yes, it turns outthat a guy whose businesses
have gone bankrupt four times
is less than amazingat managing money.
Yeah. And the most interestingpart is the expenses.
In just the month of May,Trump's campaign
wrote checks for $423,000
to Trump's private country clubin Fro... uh, Florida.
$350,000 for the useof Trump's private jet.
Uh, $125,000on Trump's restaurants.
$72,000 on Trump Tower.
$35,000 on one of Trump'sFlorida golf courses
and then another$29,000 on another
of Trump's Florida golf clubs.
Which makesperfect sense, people.
Because that's allthis thing is.
It's a money laundering scam.
It's a money laundering scamwrapped inside
a presidential campaign wrappedinside what appears to be
a human-shaped pieceof hickory smoked bacon.
That's all this is.But my favorite
Trump campaign expenditureof all was this.
REPORTER: Donald Trump spent $207,000 last month on hats.
$200,000 on hats.
Yeah.Even Judah Friedlander is like,
"What? That is so much money."
And it's weird,because Trump supporters
don't need to wear hats.
I mean, where are theygonna put it--
on top of the sheet?Come on, people.