nearvideo trump the re-election campaign, raking in millions at the New York fundraiser hosted by soul cycle, investor Equinox
In spite of some on the left-hand side, the call for a boycott of soul cycle and equinox, the Trump re-election fundraiser raised $12 million to the RNC chair.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) raked in another record-breaking fundraising haul, easily the party’s surpassing other off-year is more than $20 million for the second month in a row.
Revenue for July amounted to $20.8 million, resulting in $reported 177.9 million for the cycle of $46.6 million in total cash on hand, the RNC on Tuesday. This number is raised nearly double the $10.6 million in July 2017-the next-highest total in their history of off-year fundraising-and much larger than the $7.9 million the party raised in July 2003.
The figures came at a time of change for the RNC, as it invests heavily in digital efforts and could increase massively your online donations. July 2019, there was the largest amount in digital fundraising for this month — 1,100 percent more than the party was during the same month in 2016.
“Last month’s fundraising haul again records smashed, and we will continue to direct the money to invest in the growth of our top-notch data-driven infrastructure, the recruitment and training of thousands of new volunteers and register voters across the country,” RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement to Fox News.
THE REPUBLICANS RAISE $20.7 M IN JUNE-MORE THAN DOUBLE THE DEMS’ $8.5 M HAUL
President Donald Trump speaks with reporters before boarding Air Force One with first lady Melania Trump at the Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, N. J., Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
“Our fundraising success is a further proof, to ensure that the American people as a pro-growth agenda and economic data set that supply the trump Administration, and the Republicans continue to work on, and this puts us in a strong position, more Republican victories in the year 2020.”
During the summer, Democrats appeared to intensify their attacks on the President as the party’s presidential candidate, spilled out behind an anti-Trump message. While it is unclear how these attacks affected Democratic fundraising, they seemed not to deter the GOP efforts.
The majority of the fundraising, continue to pour from small donors, although the proportion of high-donations-the dollar rose from 33 to about 45 percent in July. The Republican party has consistently back to its streak of record-breaking fundraising totals for the President and his agenda passed
Although some surveys have been shown to lose a trump, a whole series of 2020 Democrats, the democratic National Committee faced a steep disadvantage of resources before the election. While it is unclear how much the raised the DNC in July, it raised $8.5 million in the previous month-less than half of the Republicans ” as a whole.
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On Tuesday, the news an October fundraiser in support of the party, with tickets up to $50,000 showed up, that would keep the former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. After Clinton’s loss in 2016, the party millions of dollars in debt and had to work questions about how it was supposed to be better in the elections.
The Trump campaign, the people have contributed to the fact that the Republicans are the ” total funds, by raising the awareness of the large sums of money. Much of the party’s fundraising came from a controversial fundraising campaign, which prompted a boycott against the host company. This event alone brought in $12 million, according to the party Chairman.
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In the second quarter, the RNC, and Trump’s campaign entities a combined $raised 108 million. In the first 24 hours after he launched his re-election bid, Trump raked in $24.8 million.
By comparison, Democrats’ top presidential candidate allegedly raked in a total value of $96 million in the second quarter of 2019. Mayor Pete Buttigieg ($24.9 million Euro), former Vice-President Joe Biden ($22 million), Sens. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., ($19.2 million), and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., ($18 million), and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., ($11.8 million).