Through the primaries and general election, President Trump has been bringing in record-breaking support.
Joe Biden was lagging way behind, until just recently when he somehow collected over $300 million dollars in just August, setting a record.
Trump hasn’t announced his August fundraising numbers yet, but he’s already mulling a new offensive:
Because of the China Virus, my Campaign, which has raised a lot of money, was forced to spend in order to counter the Fake News reporting about the way we handled it (China Ban, etc.). We did, and are doing, a GREAT job, and have a lot of money left over, much more than 2016….
….Like I did in the 2016 Primaries, if more money is needed, which I doubt it will be, I will put it up!
President Trump discussed how his campaign spent lots of money over the Summer to combat the MSM’s narrative about the virus.
The media has exploited the pandemic to make Trump look bad. Instead of keeping Americans informed, they used the crisis to push politics.
Not that we should be surprised.
Trump explained that his campaign has spent cash on ads to counter the liberal media’s claims.
He went on to say that the campaign still has plenty of money left over, much more than in 2016.
But he said if need be, like he did during the 2016 primaries, he’ll contribute some of his own money to the campaign.
Some reports even claim that he is willing to contribute upwards of $100 million to the campaign.
Joe Biden’s sudden windfall of cash will be used by his campaign to spread lies about Trump far and wide.
So far, Biden has been shameless in spreading already debunked attacks against Trump—not to mention outright lies.
We’ve seen ads that claim Trump is raising drug prices (quite the opposite) as well as Biden pushing accusations that have been debunked years ago.
The Democrats will most likely target swing states with this message, hoping voters will believe their propaganda over the facts.
It will take Trump’s campaign putting in long hours of work to confront what the Democrats churn up.
If he can win Michigan and Pennsylvania—he’ll need all the support he can get.
- Joe Biden’s campaign has caught up with Trump’s in fundraising.
- President Trump said the campaign had to spend lots to combat fake news reports.
- He vows to spend his own money to ensure his campaign will win.