Donald Trump’s US re-election campaign received $ 24.8 million by Wednesday night since the election election meeting in Florida on Tuesday, said Ronna McDaniel, president of the Republican Party on Twitter.
“The rapture for the president in the country is unparalleled, something we have never seen before,” wrote the president of the Republican National Committee (RNC, the party’s leading body) in his microblogging record, reporting a record-breaking offer.
Tim Murtaugh, Trump 2020’s Communications Director, also expressed his satisfaction on Twitter. “$ 24.8 Million. Let’s count a little: it’s more than $ 1 million per hour for a standing day. After the electrifying assembly held in Orlando, this shows the enthusiasm for Trump,” Murtaugh said. The President’s staff set out to “only” raise $ 7 million in donations for the first day of the campaign. Former Vice President Joe Biden, a Democratic candidate for aspirant Democrats on the first day after the launch of his campaign, made a $ 6.3 million offer and was already on the front page of newspapers. Two other presidential candidates for Democrats, Beto O’Rourke, Texas, 6.1 million, and Bernie Sanders, vermont, collected $ 5.9 million on the first day of their campaign.