This is how much we know so far that taxpayers, political committees and the president’s own campaigns have paid to use Trump resorts, golf courses, hotels and aircraft since he announced his candidacy in 2015. Here’s all of that money, separated into little boxes. Each box represents a single expenditure. The bigger the box, the more money was spent. The orange boxes represent money paid to Donald Trump’s properties by the Trump presidential campaign. Like this one from November 23, 2016. The teal boxes are other political committees, like the Republican National Committee. Like this one: July 19, 2017. And the dark gray boxes represent the money paid to the president’s private businesses by government agencies, a.k.a. you, the taxpayer. Like this one: May 31, 2017. Let’s look at just one month of spending. Here’s where the President’s re-election committee spent money that ended up coming back into Donald Trump’s bank account. Various other political committees paid the president a relatively small amount of money, all at the Trump Hotel in D.C. And taxpayers paid the president’s businesses a lot of money in April 2017, too. The Department of Defense spent more than $47,000 at these properties. While the Department of Commerce paid just under $3,000.