Trump Campaign Raises Eye-Popping $212 Million In First Quarter Fundraising

Trump Campaign Raises Eye-Popping $212 Million In First Quarter ...



While many American families and businesses across the country are dealing with tough financial times amid the coronavirus ravaging across the country, supporters are still giving their hard-earned money to help President Donald Trump win re-election in November.
In the first quarter of this year, the Trump campaign raised an eye-popping $212 million, extending an already massive lead over former Vice President Joe Biden, who all-but will be the Democratic nominee and face off against Trump in the general election.
Trump’s re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee announced their fundraising haul of the first three months of the year on Monday. Between them, the groups and their shared committees have $240 million in cash on hand, according to The New York Times.
“Trump and the R.N.C. are on track to have $400 million cash on hand by July 4, an incredibly strong financial position in this political environment,” Chamber of Commerce senior political strategist Scott W. Reed said.
“Americans can see President Trump leading this nation through a serious crisis and they are responding with their continued enthusiastic support for his re-election,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said. “Joe Biden, Democrats, and the media continue to oppose his every action, but the people know that President Trump is fighting for them so they are fighting for him as well.”
The NYT report added:
The president’s re-election effort has raised more than $677 million over the course of the election cycle, about $270 million more than former President Barack Obama had raised by this point in 2012. Biden, who became the de facto Democratic nominee after Sen. Bernie Sanders dropped out last week, and the Democratic National Committee reported having just $20 million at the beginning of March.
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The Trump campaign raised $212 MILLION DOLLARS in the first quarter of fundraising.
Joe Biden stands absolutely no chance.
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.@realDonaldTrump’s unyielding commitment to the American people has shown time and again that he is the President we need to lead our country through this crisis.
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Trump campaign, RNC raise $212 million in first quarter amid impeachment, coronavirus
President Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee brought in more than $63 million in March, bringing their first-quarter fundraising total to more than $212 million amid…
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Speculation has been rife about who Biden might choose to be his 2020 running mate.
During an online campaign event on Wednesday, Sleepy Joe slipped up big time and said he’s coming for California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris.
Biden said: “I’m so lucky to have you be a part of this partnership going forward. Working together, we can make a great deal of progress. … I’m coming for you, kid.”
Biden mentioning her name comes after a report last month that Biden has shifted into general election mode and promised to select a woman as his vice-presidential running mate.
The previous report listed these 3 names, among others, are likely at the top of Biden’s shortlist:
California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren
Minnesota Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar
During the Democratic primary debate last month, Biden vowed that his eventual choice of a running mate would be a woman.

After vowing to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, Biden then added: “Secondly, if I’m elected president, my Cabinet, my administration will look like the country, and I commit that I will, in fact, appoint a woman to be vice president. There are a number of women qualified to be president tomorrow. I would pick a woman to be my vice president.”
And, unsurprising to most, Trump has already made it clear he’s sticking with Vice President Mike Pence.


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