How Much Money Did Trump Raise for 2020 Election Campaign
As we all know Donald Trump has announced his reelection campaign to be held by the next year 2020. On Behalf of 2020 Election Campaign, Current US President Donald Trump officially launched his 2020 campaign by his first rally in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday. while In his first speech for the 2020 election, Trump accused his political foes of trying to “destroy” his supporters and the entire United States.
Money Trump Raise for 2020 Presidential Election Campaign:
President Trump announced campaign on Wednesday that he had raised $24.8 million in just 24 hours as he kicked off his re-election bid, an enormous haul that punctuates the financial advantage he is expected to enjoy over his Democratic challengers in 2020 election.
As we all know Trump had already raised about $100 million for his re-election effort by the end of March 2019 and had more than $40 million still on hand by current month. Trump’s campaign has spent millions of dollars on online Paid advertising on platforms like Facebook and Google Ads to find potential small donors, an investment that appeared to pay off handsomely on Tuesday.
Trump attended a fund-raiser by Wednesday at his resort located in Doral, Florida, behind these meetings was expected to raise about $4 million, according to a person briefed on the numbers.
And Count number is Still On
Donald Trump raised more than $30 million for his re-election effort by next day, according to figures released by his campaign team, and has $40.8 million in the bank, more than any of the active Democratic candidates have reported so far.
Trump’s base team has continued to support his campaign. Almost 99% of its donations were in amounts of $200 or less, with an average donation of around $34, according to the campaign, which first released the information to the Associated Press.