After skipping a debate and promising to raise money for veterans at a campaign rally instead, Donald Trump announced that he’d raised $6 million for the cause. Last month though, his campaign’s adviser for veterans issues told the Daily Beast that tracking the money wasn’t high on his priority list, which led to more speculation about just where the $6 million had gone.

On Friday, Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said the fundraiser actually netted about $4.5 million as a result of some large donors not following up on their pledges.

Trump had finally had enough of the speculation and tweeted about the fundraising effort Monday night, putting the number somewhere between $5 and $6 million but not specifying exactly where the money had gone, if anywhere.

Trump says “much” of it has been distributed to various veterans’ groups, which will certainly give journalists a project tomorrow as they dig into the claim.

It would seem likely that any group that received a check for a million dollars or more would make some noise about it, even if the donor requested anonymity.

Regardless of how much of the money, if any, went to the intended recipients, Trump now finds himself the subject of another scandal: