President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has spent nearly $2.6 million on legal consulting fees since Election Day, according to data from the Federal Election Commission, with Big Law-related expenditures for Jones Day, Dechert, Kasowitz Benson Torres and Husch Blackwell, among others.

Notably absent from the disclosure data: Any fees paid to Rudy Giuliani, who has argued for Trump in election litigation and has reportedly requested $20,000 day for his legal work.

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