Trump and RNC Announce Staggering Fundraising Haul Amid Impeachment ‘Inquiry’


Despite the inordinate burden of the adversity against him, it appears as though Donald Trump’s supporters are refusing to cede an inch to the impeachment-prone Democrats.

We are currently embroiled in a game of weeks.  The Democrats are stalling and hoping to avoid an official House vote on their current impeachment inquiry, pushing the entire mess closer and closer to the 2020 election itself.  They believe that this uncertainty will weigh heavy on the minds of the Republican voter.

But, if the Democrats are right, and the GOP is turning into a group of fair-weather fans, they sure aren’t showing it with their political donations.

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The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) are expected to report to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) a combined $125.7 million raised in the third quarter of this year, setting up a record-breaking fundraising haul as President Trump seeks reelection in 2020.

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The campaign, the RNC and authorized joint fundraising committees are also expected to show $158 million in combined cash in the bank at the end of the third quarter, according to the campaign.

Donald J. Trump for President Inc. received 1.1 million individual donations from July 1 through September, the campaign stated. Of those donations, 98.17 percent were $200 or less and the average donation was $44.50.

On Oct. 1, the Trump reelection campaign’s fundraising arm said it raised more than $308 million this calendar year and had $156 million in the bank. By comparison, former President Barack Obama and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) raised more than $70 million in the third quarter of 2011.

This latest push to nullify the results of the 2016 election seems to have had a counterintuitive effect, as far as the Democrats are concerned, with Republican support for the President galvanizing in these troubled times.

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