Donald Trump Fundraising Up – Brings In $76.2 M

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Donald Trump’s fundraising haul was bigger than last month.

In April, Trump and the RNC raised $76.2 million.

In March, this number was $65.6 million.

The Hill reported:

Former President Trump and the Republican National Committee (RNC) raised over $76 million last month, according to a campaign official.

Trump’s advisers, Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita and Tony Fabrizio, shared that the former president’s political operation is projected to have raked in $76.2 million in April, the official confirmed.

The expected haul, first reported by The New York Times, is an uptick from March when the two organizations, which merged after Trump became the presumptive GOP nominee, brought in $65.6 million.

A recent CNN poll also found Donald Trump with his biggest lead ever.

Breitbart reported:

Former President Donald Trump has opened his biggest lead ever captured in the CNN poll of the American electorate, enjoying a six-point advantage over incumbent Democrat President Joe Biden.

Trump, at 49 percent, is six percent ahead of Biden’s 43 percent when the two are polled head-to-head.

When third-party candidates like Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Dr. Jill Stein, and Cornel West are added into the field, Trump’s lead over Biden grows to nearly double digits. In that multi-candidate scenario, Trump is at 42 percent, Biden is down at 33 percent, Kennedy is at 16 percent, West at four percent, and Stein at three percent.

That’s a nine percent lead for Trump nationally, an astounding number that if true would signal the former president is on track for an electoral college romp of Biden.