President Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign has added over 1 million new small donors who have helped him top all Democrats in fundraising this year.
The Trump campaign on Monday announced that it raised over $30 million in the first three months of this year, more than any Democrat.
The Trump campaign also said it had $40 million in the bank.
And combined with the Republican National Committee’s 2020 fundraising, the GOP team took in a combined $76.1 million and have $82 million cash on hand.
It added this fact: "Independently, the Trump campaign now has approximately 21 times more cash on hand than the Obama Campaign had at this point in the re-election cycle. The campaign took in $30.3 million overall in the first quarter and now has $40.8 million cash on hand."
The campaign spotlighted its grassroots efforts in revealing that it has collected over 1 million new donors since Election Day and added 100,000 small donors this year alone.
In a statement, it also said, “98.79 percent of first quarter contributions to the campaign and the joint committees came from ‘low-dollar’ contributions, defined as $200 or less. The average donation to the Trump Campaign was $34.26.”
Brad Parscale, the campaign manager for Donald J. Trump for President Inc., said, “The tremendous support he is receiving is a result of ‘promises made, promises kept’ and the enormous appeal of his determination to Make America Great Again. The president is in a vastly stronger position at this point than any previous incumbent president running for re-election, and only continues to build momentum.”