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In the midst of the Pandemic, Trump Has Raised Up To USD 61.7 Million For Presidential Election Campaign In November 2020

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In the midst of the Pandemic, Trump Has Raised Up To USD 61.7 Million For Presidential Election Campaign In November 2020 In the midst of the Pandemic, Trump Has Raised Up To USD 61.7 Million For Presidential Election Campaign In November 2020

News24xx.com - President Donald Trump's re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee said on Monday that they together managed to raise USD 61.7 million in April, defeating results for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his party.

Trump's campaign statement says April count is a record, bringing the total cash to $ 255 million. Biden said the day before that his campaign and the Democratic National Committee raised $ 60.5 million combined in April.

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Large fundraising numbers came despite the coronavirus pandemic, which has hit the US economy and disrupted fundraising for politicians. Both the presidential candidates and their allies begin to increase paid advertising campaigns in the battlefields ahead of the November 3 general election.

"Again, the Trump campaign's colossal fundraising reaffirms that President Trump will lead a non-stop juggernaut this November," Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement.

But Biden's fundraising figure followed the March total of $ 46.7 million for his campaign, more than three times the amount Trump managed that month.

"The confidence that you all gave me as a candidate was underestimated," Biden said in a statement emailed to supporters.

The average online donation is "only $ 32.63," Biden said, adding that contributors have made sacrifices despite the economic uncertainty created by the pandemic.

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Biden became the de facto Democratic candidate in early April after his last remaining rival, Senator Bernie Sanders, came out and made it the first month in which Biden did not compete in the fundraiser with challengers from the same party.

His campaign struggled earlier to raise funds, but now hopes the front of the party's union will help him build somewhere, as Sanders and other rivals have supported him, and some have helped him with the fundraiser.

The US economy lost a staggering 20.5 million jobs in April, the sharpest decline due to a nationwide shutdown in curbing the spread of the coronary virus.

Fundraising events have largely gone online as the virus has ruined American life, forced millions of people to stay in their homes and led the presidential campaign to cancel public events and fundraisers dinners.


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