Donald Trump has already spent $100 million to fund the Trump Foundation.
But according to a new report from the Center for Responsive Politics, Trump is also funding the Trump Elementary Education Department at a far higher rate than the average taxpayer.
And, according to the Center’s analysis, that means the Donald Trump Foundation is spending almost as much money per student as the average federal taxpayer.
According to the report, the Trump foundation is spending about $18 million per student, which is roughly $7,000 per student per year, which means that Donald Trump is spending roughly $12,000 on every student.
It’s no surprise that Trump is using his vast wealth to fund his children’s education.
The Center’s report states that Trump’s foundation “is likely to spend more than any other charity in the U.S. in 2017, accounting for about 30% of its revenue.”
Trump also claims that his children attend private schools and that his foundation “takes a big chunk out of every student’s tuition.”
The Center for Progressive Reform found that this claim is false.
It found that Trump was actually spending a large amount on private schools.
According the Center, the average tuition cost for a public school in the United States is about $7.50 per student.
The Trump Foundation actually spent less than $1,500 per student in 2017.
But it did receive $4.2 million in federal funds that year, meaning that the Trump Organization received more than $20 million in tax-free federal funds in 2017 that were not spent on education.
Trump is giving away the tax-deductible portion of his charitable giving, but this gives him an incentive to keep his charity’s overhead low.
If the Donald’s foundation spent more on education, it could theoretically use the money to offset the costs of its operations, but Trump would be paying for his childrens education through the tax code.
Instead, the Foundation is giving money to schools based on how much it can deduct from their students’ tuition.
In 2017, the Donald had a net worth of $100.3 million.
That means that his charitable contributions to schools ranged from $6.5 million to $27.3.
This is a far cry from how Trump would have to spend his money to cover his childrenís education, so it’s no wonder why his foundation is being so heavily funded.
And in an age where Trump is being accused of “bullying” his children, his children are facing a huge financial burden that they cannot afford.
The Donald Trump Education Department has no mandate to make any money.
This means that it’s up to the schools to decide whether or not they want to participate in the Trump Fund.
The average public school spends about $8,000 annually on tuition, which the Trump Trump Foundation’s numbers suggest it could cost less than half as much.
And that is after deducting the Trump campaign’s $3.8 million contribution, which covers the cost of Trump’s kids to attend the school.
This has the potential to be disastrous for schools that want to keep their tuition affordable.
The Centers for Responsible Politics found that only 4% of students who attend private or parochial schools have an individual parent with at least a bachelor’s degree.
The rest are in the public or charter school system.
For students who do have parents who have a degree, their educational experience could be a huge factor in their decision to attend a public or parrot school.
According a study by the Pew Research Center, about 30 percent of parents with at most a high school diploma have no college education, which may mean that students who have no formal education are disproportionately at risk for having low educational attainment.
Trump’s children, on the other hand, are attending a private school that is heavily dependent on taxpayer money.
It has the same type of school curriculum as the Trump schools and has a high graduation rate.
And the Trump administration is making sure that every student attending the school receives a taxpayer-funded education.