Trump beating Biden in fundraising over past 3 months: Report

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 July 3, 2024

Former President Donald Trump not only beat President Joe Biden into the ground during the first presidential debate last week, but he's also got a lot more money, to boot. 

According to Fox News, in the final fundraising stretch before the election in November, Trump's campaign proudly announced that it's doing much better than their competitor, showing more cash on hand and more fundraising totals over the past three months than the Biden campaign.

Trump's continued fundraising success further proves that his legal issues have had much of an effect on him.

As a matter of fact, in the wake of his conviction, Trump managed to set fundraising records, which certainly didn't sit well with Democrats of the liberal mainstream media.

What's he got?

In a period stretching April through June, Trump's campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) managed to pull in a staggering $331 million in campaign cash.

That total slammed the $264 million pulled in by the Biden campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in the same time period, raising questions among voters and donors.

The Trump campaign released a statement announcing the tremendous news.

President Trump’s campaign fundraising operation is thriving day after day and month after month. Winning this quarter brought us a cash on hand advantage, which is punctuated by a Biden burn rate that grows while yielding no tangible results for them," Trump co-campaign managers Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles wrote.

The message was well received by his supporters across social media.

Many believe that Trump's fundraising machine hasn't even hit its peak, especially as the most exciting part of the campaign is coming into view, with likely twists and turns around every bend.

Most of Trump's haters are still sickened by the amount of money the former president continues to raise, especially against President Biden.

Speaking of Biden

After last week's debate performance, it shouldn't be any secret that Biden is losing in the fundraising race.

Fox News noted:

Biden, who at age 81 is the oldest president in the nation's history, is facing the roughest stretch of his bid for a second term in the White House. This, after his halting delivery and stumbling answers at the debate, sparked widespread panic in the Democratic Party and spurred calls from political pundits, editorial writers and some party elected officials and donors for Biden to step aside as the party's 2024 standard-bearer.

Only time will tell if Biden is able to turn that around before November.

 

 

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