Trump’s campaign, GOP rake in millions in 24 hours after Pelosi announces issue of trust

in the vicinityVideoRep. Adam Schiff, says the text of the Ukraine call reflects “a classic mafia-like shakedown of a foreign leader’

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff makes remarks after White House releases unredacted text of President Trump, the phone conversation with the newly elected Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

The Trump campaign announced Wednesday it is-along with the GOP — raked in an eye-popping $5 million in donations in the 24 hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announced, the introduction of a formal impeachment inquiry against the President would.

Tweeting the news, campaigns manager Brad Parscale claims, the donors came from all 50 States. The “great wave of support for leading Trump landslide in the year 2020!”, he said.

The National Republican Congressional Committee added Wednesday that online fundraising increased from 608 per cent on the day, Pelosi announced that impeachment request.

“And the NRCC’s online fundraising was up 608% yesterday. Thank you, @speaker Pelosi and de-facto spokesman for @AOC!” the NRCC on Twitter, referring to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, who has long called for the charge.


The message was the last indication that Trump experienced strong support from the party itself, as Democrats, high studies in administrative hazards. It was also reported the last, massive fundraising haul, the Republicans announced since Trump his re-election bid in June.

Donors seemed to respond to a concerted effort from the trump team, the campaign of Pelosi’s decision. Shortly after her Tuesday announcement, Trump tweeted a video campaign accused Democrats of an obsessive focus, to fight against him.

Also, the campaign to the White house, the decision to release a copy of the trump card, the call with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky in July. News of this conversation ignited democratic concerns that the President is trying to pressure a foreign government, in the in of the 2020 presidential election.


In a fundraising E-Mail on Wednesday, Trump claimed that the last democratic attack was “just another smear job” and a “feeble attempt by Democrats to seize power from the people.”

The transcript showed no explicit quid pro quo-deal with foreign aid to Ukraine. It did, however, the executives show Biden to discuss and raised democratic concerns that Trump put inappropriate pressure on his Ukrainian counterpart.

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