When she campaigned for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina, the former first lady racked up a bill of $40,902.40.
Trump, though he has only been in office for nine months, is so far on track to come out ahead of the Obama administration's expense record. He, too, has had his fair share of trip splurges.
To celebrate his 100th day in office, Trump flew to a rally in Pennsylvania, costing $156,618. Days later, he went to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, which came out to $224,765.80. In June, he flew again to Bedminster, racking up a $199,332 bill. He also spent over $1.1 million visiting the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
"It shouldn't require federal lawsuits to...prod the Secret Service and Air Force to produce information about the costs of presidential travel—whether the travel is necessary or not, it's a massive amount of money," the organization's president, Tom Fitton, said in a statement. "We will continue to monitor this spending while taxpayers continue to pay the bills for presidential travel."
The new total was calculated by adding newly released documents to previous expense documents Judicial Watch had requested. Judicial Watch sued because the Air Force and Secret Service did not respond to its public records requests in time, as required by law.

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