The left has been throwing a fit all week about a fundraiser Trump was having with a donor on Long Island.
But the left has failed again.
Despite all their outrage, Trump raised over $12 million for his reelection campaign.
‘Unhinged Mob’ Helps President Trump Raise $12 Million at Hamptons Fundraisers
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced Friday that President Donald Trump raised $12 million at two separate fundraisers in the Hamptons.
“Thanks to the unhinged mob on the left, @realDonaldTrump raised $12M today, $2M more than originally expected,” McDaniel wrote in a tweet.
“The support for our President is unprecedented and growing,” McDaniel added.
Earlier reports of the fundraisers suggested that Trump would raise an estimated $10 million for his reelection. Of the two fundraisers, one was hosted by Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins and the chairman of The Related Companies, which owns a large amount of stake in SoulCycle and Equinox.
Thanks to the unhinged mob on the left, @realDonaldTrump raised $12M today, $2M more than originally expected.
The support for our President is unprecedented and growing!
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 9, 2019
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The Business Insider has more:
Trump reportedly joked about the backlash against Equinox and raised $12 million at chairman Stephen Ross’ ritzy Hamptons fundraiser
Despite public protests against a planned fundraiser for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, billionaire Stephen Ross and real estate developer Joe Farrell hosted a crowd of 500 in the Hamptons Friday night.
During the fundraiser at a lavish estate in the popular New York vacation destination on Long Island, Trump reportedly made light of the backlash.
“Steve Ross got into a little bit of trouble this week, I said, ‘Steve, welcome to the world of politics!” Trump told the crowd, according to the New York Post.
Ross owns two popular luxury fitness brands, Equinox and SoulCycle, and customers of both companies threatened to boycott when news of Ross’s fundraiser became public knowledge. In separate statements, both Equinox and SoulCycle said that no company profits were used to fund the event or Trump’s campaign.
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