President Trump’s reelection campaign, Republican National Committee (RNC), and fundraising joint ventures announced a record quarter in which they raised more than $ 266 million, of which $ 131 million came in June alone .
The $ 131 million raised in June “outshines the total raised in a single month in 2016,” according to a Trump campaign press release.
The second-quarter total is $ 111 million more than the first quarter of 2020, marking a “71 percent increase,” the campaign said.
The Trump campaign, RNC, and joint committees averaged $ 4.3 million per day in the month of June, boosted by a record $ 14 million in a single day on Trump’s birthday, 14 June, according to the campaign.
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Trump’s joint reelection effort has raised more than $ 947 million in the past two years and has more than $ 295 million in cash, according to the statement.
“The monumental Trump campaign June fundraising campaign shows that people vote with their wallets and that the excitement behind President Trump’s re-election is only growing,” said Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale . “No one is excited about Joe Biden, so he has to rely as much on substitutes as Barack Obama and radical Hollywood elites. In stark contrast, President Trump is drawing on the support of real Americans across the country who have reaped the benefits of his America First agenda. “
RNC President Ronna McDaniel also commented on the numbers, saying they are proof that the majority of American voters support Trump, as he prepares for his confrontation in November with alleged Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
“After yet another series of record support, voters are speaking loud and clear: They support President Trump,” he said. “While Joe Biden remains hidden in his basement, President Trump is leading this country to a Great American Return that will revive our economy, restore law and order, and usher in a new era of strength.”
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The RNC also recently announced the hiring of an additional 300 additional field employees, bringing the total of “Operation Trump’s Victory” in key states to more than 1,100, which is almost double the Biden campaign, according to the statement. .