It looks like Donald Trump is getting a super PAC.

The Republican presidential candidate, a multibillionaire businessman and entertainer, has sworn off fundraising, saying he's "really rich" and doesn't need anyone else's money to finance his campaign. Trump has criticized his competitors as influenced by their donors and pledged that, as president, he would be beholden to no one. But at least some of Trump's supporters have other ideas.

On June 30, an independent expenditure committee that can raise funds in unlimited amounts registered with the Federal Election Commission using the name "Make America Great Again."

"The super PAC was formed to support certain candidates that demonstrate certain leadership principles, and that includes Donald Trump," Jon Anderson, a Denver attorney involved in filing the paperwork, told the Washington Examiner.

The group's slogan, "Make America Great Again," is Trump's; he uses it on nearly every campaign document and every prepared statement he issues. Like Trump, the super PAC is headquartered in New York City, according to both Make America Great Again's website and the statement of organization filed with the FEC.

Trump stood in seventh place nationally in the race for the Republican presidential nomination, with 6.5 percent, according to the average of polls gauging the sentiment of GOP primary voters.

This version of the article has been updated to reflect that it has been confirmed the super PAC intends to support Trump.

Disclosure: The author's wife works as an adviser to Scott Walker.