Republican National Committee Raised A Staggering $27 Million Dollars In April

If you listen to the liberal media, you would think Republicans and Trump are in terrible shape.

It’s a constant stream of gloom and doom.

Reality is a completely different thing. The RNC is awash with cash from donations.

The Hill reports:

RNC rakes in more than $27 million in April

The Republican National Committee (RNC) raised more than $27 million last month in a sign that the party’s finances have gone largely untouched by the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic meltdown.

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The RNC brought in a total of $27.1 million in April, including transfers from other committees, and will report more than $77 million in cash on hand to the Federal Election Commission this week, when monthly financial reports are due.

The $27 million haul nearly ties the RNC’s best month so far this year. In January, the party brought in nearly $27.2 million. But the April total still surpasses the committee’s fundraising in both February and March, when it raked in $26.2 million and $24 million, respectively.

In a statement, RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel attributed the party’s April sum to an energized base of support behind President Trump and the GOP.

“Another record-breaking fundraising month reaffirms that momentum for President Trump and Republicans across the country only continues to grow stronger,” she said.

This is a strong indicator of where the country is headed in the fall.

Joe Biden and the Democrats are nowhere near these numbers.

 

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