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Trump, RNC Dominate Biden And Democrats In April Fundraising

  Former President Donald Trump and the Republican Party outraised President Joe Biden and the Democrats by $25 million last month, pushing ...

 Former President Donald Trump and the Republican Party outraised President Joe Biden and the Democrats by $25 million last month, pushing Trump’s campaign closer to matching Biden’s war chest.

Trump and the GOP reported taking in a combined $76 million in April, an amount that was boosted by Trump’s record $50.5 million haul at a single event with wealthy donors in early April, ABC News reported. Biden and the Democratic National Committee, meanwhile, reported raking in around $51 million last month.

“JUST OUT: Trump Campaign April fundraising far exceeds the Radical Left Democrats,” the presumptive GOP presidential nominee posted on Truth Social. “TRUMP, $76,000,000. Radical Left & Crooked Joe, $51,000,000. MAGA2024!”

The former president’s April haul was an improvement over the impressive numbers reported by his campaign and the Republican Party for March, when Trump and the RNC reported receiving $65.6 million. As of the end of April, Team Biden said it had $192 million cash on hand, which was around the same amount the Democrat’s campaign said it had at the end of March, which shows the campaign is likely spending its money quickly, according to ABC News.

While the fundraising numbers from Trump and the RNC improved from March to April, Biden and the Democrats reported a significantly lower haul last month than the over $90 million the campaign received in March. Team Biden’s March numbers were helped by an event with former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, which raised $25 million for Biden.

The Biden campaign has boasted about its fundraising success in recent months and said that Trump “trails badly in cash on hand.”

The Trump campaign, however, said the most recent report shows that momentum is on the former president’s side. Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles, senior advisers for the Trump campaign, said, “with half of funds raised coming from small dollar donors, it is clear that our base is energized.”

The advisers added, “we are raising the resources necessary to deliver a victory in November,” Fox News reported.


Trump’s campaign strategy has been affected by his ongoing civil and criminal trials as the Republican candidate must be present in court in Manhattan for four days a week as his hush-money trial continues. Trump also posted a $175 million bond last month to prevent the seizure of his assets following the verdict in his New York civil business fraud case.

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