Donald Trump’s modest campaign fundraiser

Reuters According to financial disclosures, Donald Trump’s campaign team for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination is raising funds but has only achieved a modest number, so far only about 7. million USD, while his Save America fund has more than 14 million USD (compared to 76 million USD as of early 2022).

In 2022, Save America transferred about $45 million to a pro-Donald Trump political action committee that was supposed to support his presidential campaign. The Campaign Legal Center – a nonpartisan watchdog group – has asked US election regulators to investigate Save America’s money transfers.

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Donald Trump visited South Carolina last weekend. Photo: NY Times

Save America’s financial disclosure on January 31 indicated that it spent more than $2.2 million on hiring lawyers in the final weeks of 2022.

Documents submitted to the US Federal Election Commission on January 31 show that Donald Trump’s fundraising process is slow.

After announcing that he was running for re-election on November 15, last year, Mr. Donald Trump campaigned less.

Even so, Mr. Donald Trump is still considered the most prominent figure in the Republican Party and is the only strong candidate to declare his intention to challenge President Joe Biden. However, Mr. Donald Trump may face other candidates, especially Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Last weekend, Mr. Donald Trump visited two early voting states and held notable events. But in contrast to previous rallies, he spoke to only about 200 people in South Carolina.

In addition, the former US president is involved in a series of legal risks and the possibility of investigation. New York Attorney General Letitia James’s office announced on January 31 that it would ask a judge to impose sanctions on Donald Trump and his attorneys in a pending $250 million fraud case. physical.

Nearly two weeks ago, a federal judge in Florida fined Donald Trump and his attorney Alina Habba nearly $1 million for filing a lawsuit against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and others.

Ms. James is also suing Donald Trump, the Trump Organization, and his three children – Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump – for “involving false financial statements and undervaluing real estate assets. exactly”.

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