Trump campaign releases financial disclosures for January 2016

The Donald Trump campaign announced Tuesday that it had filed a financial disclosure form with the Federal Election Commission, revealing a total of $21 million in income from Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and more than $5 million in expenses.

The form is expected to be released next week, though details are still being finalized.

The campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment. 

The campaign reported income of $17.3 million, a $2.5 million increase from the previous reporting period. 

Campaign finance experts say that Trump is expected to release a separate statement on his finances during the 2016 campaign. 

It is unclear whether the candidate will release additional information related to his business holdings, including a personal wealth report, but the Trump campaign’s disclosures will likely be used by other candidates and political action committees to try to paint the businessman as a wealthy businessman who earned his wealth by exploiting loopholes and undercutting rivals. 

A spokesman for the Trump transition team did not respond to requests for comment Tuesday. 

In 2016, the Trump Campaign filed a separate financial disclosure form for his election campaign, but it was not released until December. 

“The campaign has complied with all required disclosures required by law and the Federal Elections Commission, and we have made every effort to comply with the law,” Trump said in a statement. 

Trump has previously expressed his disdain for campaign finance laws, including the Federal Reserve’s regulation of super PACs. 

But the presidential candidate also said in 2016 that he did not have to disclose his wealth because he had never run for office, and that he wanted to keep the disclosure under wraps until the election. 

Last week, Trump said he planned to release his personal wealth report and campaign finance complaints, and that he expected the release of the campaign financial disclosures to come “very soon.” 

“If I release my personal wealth, and the report does come out, I will release it,” Trump told NBC News.

“But if it’s not, I won’t release it until I get my financial disclosure from the FEC.

And I think the only way I’m going to get it out is to do it very soon.”