Simply because the administration won't reveal the total cost does not mean its anywhere close, or for that matter how far away it is, to a number already shown to have no basis.
In other words suppose that number, which again was shown to have come from no facts, said the trip cost 200 BILLION a day instead of million. And after several high profile people decided to ask the President how much the trip did in fact cost, the President did not produce those numbers.
Would you think that 200 billion would have been close to the real cost? Probably not because that number is truely rediculous, but it shows how abritary you are judge this situation. You are only looking at and considering what you suppose is an amount you could see a President, who you also dislike so there's bias, spending per day on an International trip. Because in both hypotheticals the amount of actual proven information you have is still none, yet you're opinion and conculsion would change.
Its not the facts which changed, because there were none to begin with, what changes is how you percieve the falsehoods. But regardless there's just as many facts to suggest it was 200 million a day as there is to suggest it was 200 billion a day.