Thanks to restrictions still in place by many states, Trump and his campaign had to come up with new, creative ways to win the November Election.
His historic rallies might be put on hold or undergo some changes.
So, Team Trump has been rolling out more and more virtual events to connect with supporters.
Last night, the campaign held it’s first-ever virtual fundraising event.
It featured numerous members of the campaign, including the president himself.
How did it go? Very, very well:
President Donald Trump raised an eye-popping $20 million on Tuesday night in his first-ever virtual fundraiser, from a total of more than 300,000 individual donors who participated…
Pulling in $20 million in a single fundraiser is stunning for any candidate, especially in the age of virtual events during the coronavirus pandemic…
The event included a roundtable and other virtual features, for which the president participated in every development.
Since before the lockdowns, President Trump was breaking records when it came to fundraising. Combined with the GOP, Team Trump brought in hundreds of millions from supporters.
Most donations came from small-dollar donors, suggesting the excitement regular Americans had for the president.
Even during the Spring lockdowns, his team continued to set new fundraising records.
Last night’s fundraising event featured appearances from Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle. Treasure Secretary Steven Mnuchin also appeared as well as White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
The Zoom platform allowed everyday Americans to interact with the president and his team—at a time when in-person events are limited.
That resulted in an outpouring of support, reaching the $20 million milestone.
Joe Biden only seemed able to secure significant funding months after being hailed the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Some suggested he profited off the BLM-fueled protests, which frequently devolved into violence.
Liberal media polls continue to suggest Joe Biden, despite a lack of appearances and many gaffes, is leading the president.
But those polls appear not to factor in the enthusiasm among Trump’s supporters. In just one day, they brought in $20 million.
Even with the media continuing its crusade of negative coverage of the president, Americans are opening their wallets to ensure he gets reelected.
- President Trump and his campaign hosted their first virtual fundraiser event.
- The one-night virtual event brought in $20 million.
- Over 300,000 supporters logged in to interact with Team Trump and members of the administration.