In the 24 hours since President Donald Trump officially launched his reelection campaign, Trump’s loyal supporters have added $24.8 million dollars to his war chest. The top Democrat candidates struggled for months to raise that much cash.
Comparing apples to apples, Joe Biden raised $6.3 million in the first day of his campaign, Rep. Beto O’Rourke banked $6.1 million, and Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders only managed to take in $5.9 million.
Money has always been the “mother’s milk” of politics. The candidate with the most money to spend on getting their message out usually wins.
The “enthusiasm across the country for this president is unmatched and unlike anything we’ve ever seen.”
Trump is different on so many fronts. He’s a businessman, not a career politician, who speaks directly to people. President Trump simply goes around the media that hate him. That’s his magic, a plain talker and negotiator. Money is flowing like he has a magnet.
Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel was amazed, declaring that it was proof that the “enthusiasm across the country for this president is unmatched and unlike anything we’ve ever seen.”
Democrats were worried before that they’re not prepared for the upcoming match-up with Trump. This ought to send them into panic mode.
This shows that Trump’s fundraising operation is in full swing, while nearly two dozen democrats are just getting started. Being the incumbent is also likely to bring a “home field advantage,” further assisting President Trump.
Democrats don’t want to understand this, preferring to hide in their ideological bubble, it’s all about them and how they feel, regardless of the reality around them.
Democrats don’t seem to realize that addressing Americans in that manner is offensive. Not only that, we have the power to not put up with it.
Naysayers play Trump’s fundraising accomplishment down by alleging that “only the wealthy” donated but that isn’t true. Trump has long had a loyal grass roots following and the “deplorables” are all excited to Keep America Great.
Even before this, Trump reported $48.7 million already on hand by the end of March, thanks to three different committees working with his campaign. The Republican National Committee also has another $34.7 million in the bank.
Compare that with only $7.5 million on the Democratic National Committee side, who also have to contend with Hillary Clinton’s unpaid bills. The DNC is $6.2 million in debt.
The DNC is in debt where both Trump and the RNC have a positive cash flow. This money will help in so many ways.