Trump Campaign Has Raised Massive Money For 2020 Re-Election

The Trump campaign certainly has their eyes set on 2020. Their campaign effort has raised more than $88 millin for his re-election campaign in 2020.  This includes efforts with not only the Trump campaign, but also two committees formed with the Republican Party.

Per Federal Election Commission filings that were submited on Sunday, the Trump campaign currently has $53.6 million banked.

The three Trump committees raised more than $17.7 million from the beginning of April through the end of June, the period covered in Sunday’s reports. That was the second-largest quarterly haul since he took office, though it was a drop of nearly $2.5 million from the preceding quarter.

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The committees spent more than $8.5 million in the second quarter.

America First Action is another pro-Trump group and according to their Q2 filing they have raised an additional $5 million during this quarter.

Loads of cash will be helpful for Trump when he fights for reelection in 2020. For the Dems, their primary fight will put the party to test, but meanwhile Trump will be raising more and more cash to take on whoever emerges from the Democratic Party.

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