President Trump’s 2020 War Chest Puts Democrats To Shame

Despite the Democrat led impeachment sham against Trump in the Senate, President Trump’s momentum going into 2020 has grown significantly, along with his approval rating. 

New data released from the Federal Election Commission on Thursday revealed staggering fundraising numbers for the Republican Party, marking the Republican National Committee at $76 million cash-on-hand. 

This is $66.1 million more than the Democratic National Committee’s reported $9.9 million in cash-on-hand. These numbers were recorded from the month of January.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel made a statement to Fox News, saying: 

“Record breaking support for this president and his policies continues to grow as we head full-force into this presidential election year.”

“Across the country, Americans are choosing President Trump’s record of results over Democrats’ divided field of contenders with no vision for the country, and they are ready for four more years of the great American comeback he has started,” she added.

Federal Election Commission filings also show Trump’s re-election campaign and joint-fundraising committees having $124 million cash-on-hand, with his sole campaign reaching $92.6 million.

Here is how President Trump’s $96 million cash-on-hand compares to the Democratic primary field for 2020:

Bernie Sanders – $16.8 million

Joe Biden – $7.1 million

Pete Buttigieg – $6.6 million

Amy Klobuchar – $2.86 million

Elizabeth Warren – $2.3 million

Tulsi Gabbard – $2 million

Both Democratic candidates who have self-funded campaigns significantly outnumber the other Democrats in terms of fundraising. Filings from the FEC show former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg at $55.1 million, and candidate Tom Steyer at $17.8 million.

“President Trump’s unprecedented fundraising is testament to his wide grassroots support and his stellar record of achievement on behalf of the American people,” said Brad Parscale, Trump’s campaign manager.

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