Trump and the Republican National Committee (RNC) generated close to $66 million in fundraising during March

Former President Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced on Wednesday that they raised an impressive $65.6 million in March. This significant boost in fundraising comes after a slower start in the first two months of the year.

After Trump secured the Republican nomination, the two organizations merged last month and concluded March with a substantial cash reserve of $93.1 million.

According to RNC Chair Michael Whatley, President Donald J. Trump has once again established a powerful fundraising force within the Republican Party. Despite being the presumptive nominee for only a short period, the RNC and Trump campaign have merged into a single operation with a shared goal of achieving victory.

According to Susie Wiles, a key advisor to the Trump campaign, their fundraising efforts have been steadily increasing and the impressive numbers for the month of March reflect the overwhelming support that President Trump continues to receive from voters across the board.

“Although Republicans may not receive the same level of support from Hollywood and Silicon Valley elites, President Trump takes pride in being backed by donations from hardworking voters who form the backbone of this nation. These contributions will provide the necessary fuel for Republicans across the board,” she emphasized.

The Biden campaign has not yet disclosed their fundraising total for March, but it is expected to be substantial. President Biden recently attended an event in New York City alongside former Presidents Obama and Clinton, where he managed to raise an impressive $26 million in just one night.

In February, the Biden campaign was able to raise an impressive $53 million.

In January, Trump generated approximately $9 million in revenue, which increased to roughly $20 million in February before merging with the RNC. However, his campaign finances have been strained due to the substantial amount of money he has allocated towards legal fees associated with the four ongoing criminal trials he is facing.

According to a statement by Ammar Moussa, a spokesperson for the Biden campaign, Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, has spent his first month secluded in a back room at Mar-a-Lago with billionaire special interests. The statement highlights Trump’s ongoing struggle with grassroots donors, who are the main source of support for the Biden campaign. Moussa also points out that Trump is not utilizing his available funds to connect with voters, indicating a lack of infrastructure, a limited donor base, and a lack of broad appeal that may hinder his chances of winning the election.

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