Trump Campaign Raises $10M In Just 1 Week As Democrats Push Impeachment
President achievements are touted by campaign manager Brad Parscale
As House Democrats continue to focus their efforts into advancing the impeachment inquiry, the Trump campaign has raised a staggering $10 million in just one week, according to Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale.
On Sunday, Parscale listed some of President Donald Trump's achievements in the last week as the media focuses on impeachment.
Some of the accomplishments include:
- An agreement on a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal
- A new budget including more than $1.3 billion for a border wall and blocks a government shutdown.
- House approval of the U.S. Space Force, a brand-new branch of the military
- Government family leave that will be a model for a proposal for the public
- Tentative agreement on trade with China
- Approval of Trump’s 50th federal appeals judge
- Confirmation of a new Food and Drug Administration chief
- The signing of a pro-Israel anti-Semitism executive order
“While Dems continue their political theater … @realDonaldTrump has been crushing it!” Parscale said.
One White House adviser touted Trump's week as "one of his best weeks yet.”
Political communications strategist Ron Bonjean told Bedard:
“There is one world where the mainstream media is covering impeachment, but there is another world where Trump is racking up a myriad of accomplishments, many of which have the support of the same Democrats who want to remove him from office.”
To put things in perspective, many of the Democratic primary candidates failed to raise $10 million in the entire third quarter of 2019.
While Dems continue their political theater...@realDonaldTrump has been crushing it!— Brad Parscale (@parscale) December 15, 2019
✅ Raised 10MM+
✅ Trade Deals with China & Mexico
✅ Gov't Family Leave
✅ 50th Federal Judge
✅ Signed Anti-Semitism Order
✅ House approved Space Force
✅ 1.3B for the Wall
Raised 10MM+ = Greater than $10,000,000 in donations in one week. 🤔— Brad Parscale (@parscale) December 15, 2019
Those candidates included Julian Castro, Tom Steyer, Amy Klobuchar, and Cory Booker.
Out of all the candidates still in the race, only four managed to raise over $10 million.
In the third quarter of 2019, Mayor Pete Buttigieg raised $19.1 million.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $25.3 million.
Former Vice President Joe Biden raised $15.7 million.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren raised $24.6 million.
But if Trump's continues this unprecedented momentum of fundraising for the quarter, his campaign will have raised $120 million - which will be more than the four top-fundraising challengers altogether.
In October, Neon Nettle reported Trump's campaign had $83,216,270.26 in cash, along with $216,915 in debt, according to Federal Election Commission documents.
From July 1 through Sept. 30, 2019, the Trump campaign brought in $40.9 million.
Parscale also announced the campaign raised $3 million in online donations a day after Democrats voted to launch a formal impeachment inquiry.