Trump Campaign Reveals Massive April Fundraising Haul

President Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign has just revealed a massive fundraising haul for the month of April.

Trump has continued to note some significant fundraising successes.

The donations have continued to flow even though Trump has been forced to spend most of the past few weeks in a Manhattan courtroom.

As The Hill reports, Trump — together with the Republican National Committee (RNC) — took in more than $76 million in contributions last month.

According to information released by Trump campaign leads Susie Wiles, Tony Fabrizio, and Chris LaCivita, and first noted by the New York Times, approximately $76.2 million in donations have been projected for April.

The figure represents an increase from March, a period in which the two now-merged organizations raised $65.6 million.

These tallies are not the only good news being trumpeted by the campaign in recent days, however.

As The Hill reports, advisors revealed to attendees at a Florida planning retreat that the 45th president currently holds a lead in a number of critical swing states, including Nevada, Arizona, and Georgia.

This comes amid a growing belief that Trump may be able to flip blue-trending states such as Minnesota and Virginia.

The positive news has lent an additional optimism among the candidate’s supporters.

Though Trump has seen massive success with high-dollar efforts, such as a glitzy April event in Palm Beach, the campaign has taken pains to note that more than half of this month’s fundraising total came from small donors, as Reuters noted.

In a statement issued by LaCivita and Wiles, the importance of those small-dollar contributions to the overall campaign effort was highlighted.

“With half of funds raised coming from small-dollar donors, it is clear that our base is energized,” they wrote.

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The high-powered Trump campaign strategists added:

“The Republican party is united, and voters are ready to FIRE Joe Biden and elect Donald J. Trump.”

As The Hill noted, Trump’s April fundraising numbers are all the more impressive considering that he has been stranded in New York four days out of every week due to his required attendance at his hush money criminal trial.

Even so, the 45th president has maintained a high energy level, traveling across the country on non-trial days, to address supporters and rail against what he believes are politically motivated prosecutions designed to interfere with the November election.

During a Wednesday rally in Michigan, Trump labeled the criminal charges against him as “bulls**t.”

He also characterized the lawfare attacks as a badge of honor likely to spur support among those who take a similarly negative view of the cases at issue.

As the “hush money” trial in New York drags on, Trump is reportedly planning to visit Kentucky and Ohio on May 15 as well as Texas on May 22.

Trump is continuing the pattern of making the most of whatever free time he is granted by a rogue Democrat prosecutor and a Biden-donor judge who seem hell-bent on keeping him off the campaign trail.

READ MORE – Michael Cohen’s Shady Past Continues to Emerge, Spells Doom for Alvin Bragg’s Anti-Trump ‘Hush Money’ Trial

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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