Some $8.5 million of that comes from committees Trump controls directly, while $2 million comes from other Republican candidates and committees.
If anything, Trump has increased corruption because his self-dealing makes it impossible for the U.S. to demand clean government overseas, critics say.
The "self-dealing" Trump Foundation was shuttered last year after the New York state attorney general sued.
In all, Trump’s campaign funneled more than $12 million to entities he controls.
New campaign filings show big payments to Trump properties in New York, Las Vegas and Washington.
The GOP nominee’s campaign is spending lavishly on Trump businesses instead of cheaper alternatives.