US Special Counsel Mueller's office has spent $3.2m since May

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The White House has said reports asserting special counsel Robert Mueller subpoenaed financial records connected to the President "are completely false".

The denial comes hours after Reuters first reported that Deutsche Bank received a subpoena for records related to Trump's credit and money transactions, citing "a person close to the matter".

Sekulow was responding to a report from German business newspaper Handelsblatt that Mueller had subpoenaed records from Deutsche Bank as part of his investigation into possible Russian involvement in the USA presidential election campaign. "We have confirmed this with the bank and other sources". Manafort was working to secure his release from home confinement by posting more than $10 million in bond.

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It's hard to make comparisons to other investigations led by specially designated prosecutors or to draw conclusions about how much Mueller will ultimately spend.

Mueller is investigating alleged Russian attempts to influence the 2016 United States presidential election and potential collusion by Trump aides.

Deutsche Bank has loaned the Trump organization an estimated $300 million for its real estate dealings prior to Donald Trump becoming president. The report covers from May 17, the date of Mueller's appointment, through September 30, the end of the federal fiscal year.

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The bulk of the spending - $1.7 million - has been on personnel salary and benefits, according to the report.

The $3.2 million spent only covers Mueller's probe, not the various congressional investigations of Russia's meddling in the election. The rest was spent on the relocation of Justice Department employees temporarily assigned to the expanding investigation, the report shows.

The special counsel's overall budget has not been made public. He spent $26,592 in the probe's first phase, from the time he was appointed on December 30, 2003 to March 31, 2004, on personnel, travel, contracts and supplies, according to an audit from the Government Accountability Office.

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