When Donald Trump arrives in Texas for an look with GOP Gov. Greg Abbott to tour the state’s border, he ought to convey a verify to repay his marketing campaign’s almost $570,000 debt to town of El Paso, a neighborhood decide stated.

“We have been trying to reach out to get the $570,000 from when he had his campaign” rally two years in the past, El Paso County Judge Ricardo Samaniego informed native NBC affiliate KTSM-9 TV earlier this week.

If Abbott “helps us collect” the cash Trump owes, “that would be real nice,” Samaniego added. (Check out his remarks within the video above.)

Trump racked up the hefty invoice for his “Make America Great Again” rally on Feb. 11, 2019, at El Paso County Coliseum. Local authorities offered safety, transportation, emergency and visitors providers, and the invoice was due in April that 12 months.

The Trump marketing campaign hasn’t but paid a dime. It owes the El Paso police division more than $381,000 alone. Michael Glassner, the CEO of Trump’s marketing campaign, informed ABC two years in the past: “We are reviewing” the invoice.

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