Donald Trump is refusing to pay $767,000 in fees a pollster says he is still owed, The Washington Post reports.
Citing a Federal Election Commission report, the Post reported the Trump campaign is disputing the remainder to Fabrizio Lee, the firm owned by Tony Fabrizio who was brought on by former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort.
"This is an administrative issue that we're resolving internally," Trump senior communications adviser Jason Miller told the Post.
Hired in May, Trump's campaign didn't make any payments to Fabrizio until September, when it paid the Fort Lauderdale-based firm $624,000.
Further, the Post reported that Trump owes Fabrizio another $55,000 on top of the disputed $767,000.
Fabrizio's past clients include current Florida Gov. Rick Scott.
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