Former Donald Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo slammed the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Russia investigation on Tuesday, charging that the probe has cost him $125,000 and is forcing him to move from the Buffalo area in order to pay off legal bills.
“Your investigation and others into the allegations of Trump campaign collusion with Russia are costing my family a great deal of money — more than $125,000 — and making a visceral impact on my children,” Caputo said in a prepared statement that he delivered at the end of the Senate interview, which was provided to CNN.“Now I must to move back to Washington, New York City, Miami or elsewhere, just so I can make enough money to pay off these legal bills. And I know I have you to thank for that,” added Caputo, who lives in East Aurora, New York.
Caputo claimed that Jones, who is now president of the Penn Quarter Group, fed the information to the committee.“What America needs is an investigation of the investigators,” Caputo said. “I want to know who is paying for the spies’ work and coordinating this attack on President Donald Trump? I want to know who Dan Jones is talking to across the investigations — from the FBI, to the Southern District of New York, to the OSC, to the Department of Justice, to Congress.”