Trump makes fundraising move aimed at defunding ‘RINOs’

Former President Donald Trump continued his fight to rid the Republican Part of RINOs, or Republicans in name only, on Monday.

Breitbart reports that Trump has decided to advise his supporters to direct campaign funds to his Super PAC, “Save America,” rather than to professional Republican fundraisers.

“No more money for RINOS,” Trump wrote. “They do nothing but hurt the Republican Party and our great voting base—they will never lead us to Greatness.”

Instead, Trump said to “send your donation to Save America PAC at DonaldJTrump.com. We will bring it all back stronger than ever before!”

The ongoing feud . . .

. . . is between Trump Republicans and, as Trump referred to them in his recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) speech, “a handful of Washington, D.C., establishment political hacks.”

Trump has made it a mission of his over the next couple of years to do what he can to eliminate these establishment-type Republicans from the government.

One way that he is doing so is by screening Republican candidates. Trump wants to make sure that political races across the country have a “MAGA-approved” candidate. Trump has also begun to announce endorsements.

The cease and desist letter

On top of this, now Trump is trying to direct funds away from Republican groups that will use the money to support these establishment-types. That’s why Trump is telling his supporters to send the money to his Super PAC instead, where it will go to his personally-approved candidates.

Trump has also been putting up a fight about the right for Republican groups to use his name to fundraise.

Last Friday, one of Trump’s advisors said, “President Trump remains committed to the Republican Party and electing America First conservatives, but that doesn’t give anyone – friend or foe – permission to use his likeness without explicit approval.”

On Monday, the Republican Nation Committee (RNC) argued that it “has every right to refer to public figures as it engages in core, First Amendment-protected political speech, and it will continue to do so in pursuit of these common goals.”

The RNC continues to use Trump’s name. New reports, however, indicate that Trump has “reaffirmed” that the group could use his name.

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  1. Thank God her has finally had a belly full of RINO’s next the so called moderates. YOU CANNOT UNIFFIEDA PARTY WHEN YOU HAVE SCUM BACKSTABBING McCain types like Romney, Mercousky, Collins, Flake and the rest of the scum.

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  3. I’m retired and live on a limited income. I support only ONE candidate and give graciously when I can. Sometimes $50 and sometimes $200 at a time, and I try to support my choice in everyway I can. I’m supporting Trump and I am glad he has his own super PAC, which I will give to. I won’t give the RNC any money. Our elected Conservatives are very poor examples of being Patriotic, they seem weak and unlinked.

    On another note; I can’t wait for joey to make a fool of himself. Normally I wouldn’t watch a liberal speech but this is more like a comedian presentation and I will have my popcorn awaiting! LOL*

    1. Sandra, I agree with you all the way. I have stopped contributing to the RNC since the Presidential Election. I am so glad that President has provided us with a means to support his Super PAC. Everyone – here we go!

  4. Refunding RINO’S org. is the best choice. It wasn’t so long ago that R N C were not supporting Pres.Trump during his
    presidential campaign. He has all the rights on his demand about using his name and in his right the the organization
    has too many RINOS. They need to weed out those back stabbing, self indulgent.interest. Now more than ever, we have to choose politicians who wants to help their continuance.

  5. Defunding RINO’S org. is the best choice. It wasn’t so long ago that R N C were not supporting Pres.Trump during his
    presidential campaign. He has all the rights on his demand about using his name and in his right the the organization
    has too many RINOS. They need to weed out those back stabbing, self indulgent.interest. Now more than ever, we have to choose politicians who wants to help their continuance.

  6. When the GOP ran McCain as the Republican presidential candidate, I didn’t even vote—first time in my adult life. That also ended all my contributions to the GOP. I’ve hated the party ever since. By the 2016 Primaries, I voted for Ben Carson, with Trump as my second choice—because I would have voted for a ring-eyed dog over another establishment RINO. I absolutely will LOVE to see the demise of the establishment GOP. We should throw a Hallelujah party for every losing RINO in 2022 and 2024 with look-alike piñatas. Unfortunately nobody would want to whack them, because they would all be full of crap. 🤣😅😂🥴

  7. It gives you hope when you read news that President Trump is still in the fight. Make America Great Again Mr. President.

  8. I DAILY SUPPORT TRUMP, EVEN IF I AM ON LIMITED FUNDS AND AFRAID OF WHAT BIDEN MIGHT DO, I COME TO ALL THE PLACE I CAN WRITE IN AND SUPPORT HIM! PRESIDENT TRUMP IS THE ONLY ONE I EVER VOTED FOR! HE WON BOTH TIMES, TOO! I WILL VOTE THE 3RD TIME FOR HIM, TOO!

    1. Nice try doctor. Smear any candidate you don’t like. Trump likes Kristi and so do 99% of his followers. In fact, It looks like she has a very good chance of becoming his VP.

  9. RINO traitors need to join the Dem party and then be banned from our country or in jail with Pelosi and crowd.

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