in the vicinityVideoRNC Chairman: Dems lose ground with impeachment
Ronna McDaniel, RNC Chairman, explained, if the Democrats could push the prosecution, lead to the loss of seats in November
EXCLUSIVE: The Republican National Committee has reports record fundraising numbers in the midst of the impeachment drive against President Trump, hauling in a whopping $20.6 million in November, according to Federal Election Commission data, the of Fox News.
The RNC told Fox News that this was the best November on record in the party’s history.
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The party currently has $63.2 million in cash, marking the most cash-on-hand, it has been ahead of the presidential elections in 2012.
“Democrats” groundless accusation charade has only served to strengthen our base and win more voters to our cause and the result of another record-breaking fundraising in the month,” RNC’s Chairman, Ronna McDaniel told Fox News. “President Trump policy from the historical progress in this month with USMCA clearing regulatory hurdle, paid family leave, on secured for the employees of Federal agencies and 266,000 jobs added to the economy — and all this while Nancy Pelosi impeachment sham rants.”
She added: “the voters are making their voices heard by the re-election of a President Trump and the vote for Republicans up and down the ballot in 2020.”
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The house of representatives voted on Wednesday to accuse Trump, the adoption of two indictment alleges, the abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The case goes next to the Senate for trial.
The GOP fundraising highlights how Republicans have tried to turn the impeachment fight to use to their advantage, the development of an indignant base-fuel is not only the President’s 2020 re-election effort, but also a political offensive against the Democrats in the Congress. The Republicans are specifically designed to strengthen your November success to their “Stop the Madness” campaign, a national Anti-impeachment push targeting house Democrats who started in September.
Earlier this month, the RNC spent an additional $350,000 for a different paid-for push-targeting 29 Democrats in the Trump-won congressional districts. Since the campaign launch, the RNC has held more than 140 “Stop the Madness” events from Maine to California is aimed at those Democrats-ranging from protests, to the training for the volunteers. These seminars 100,000 new volunteers, says party have introduced almost.
Fox News has also learned that the trump re-election campaign and the RNC spent nearly $11 million in ads as part of the Federal push wide vulnerable against Democrats, many of whom are recruited to work in 2018 to reach across the aisle to with trump.
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The new fundraising numbers come in the midst of the heated charge battle in Washington.
In the centre of the investigation, the trump card is to start the efforts to press the Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, in politically-related investigations with regard to former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s dealings in the Ukraine, as well as questions in connection with the 2016 presidential elections.
The President, the request came after millions of dollars have been frozen in US military aid for Ukraine, the Democrats argue, shows a “quid pro quo” arrangement. Trump has denied any wrongdoing.