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Whoops, it seems like the Democrats have really shot themselves in the foot with this one!
Yesterday – the same day as the first impeachment hearing against President Trump – the Trump campaign raised a whopping $3.1 MILLION in just 24 hours!
I guess there’s one thing the impeachment sham is good for, and that’s getting Trump re-elected!
Check it out:
Fox News has more on the surge of Trump donations seemingly spurred on by the impeachment inquiry:
“$3,144,257 RAISED YESTERDAY!” Brad Parscale, Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, tweeted Thursday. “’[Trump] loves these huge numbers. He knows that it isn’t enough to end this IMPEACHMENT SCAM.”
Even before the public hearings began, Trump fundraisers reported seeing a surge in donations in response to impeachment talk. Parscale tweeted in September that donors gave $5 million in the 24 hours after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry.
Other pro-Trump groups also saw a spike in donations. Linda McMahon, chair of the America First Action PAC board of directors, previously told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto that the group had raised about $1 million each day in the week after Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry.
"That speaks, I think, volumes to how people are rallying around the president," she said.
The Miami Herald also said:
President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign raised more than $3 million on the day of the first public House impeachment hearing.
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale announced the haul on Twitter Thursday. He says the campaign raised $3,144,257 Wednesday and now hopes to raise $5 million within a 24-hour span.
Democrats are investigating whether Trump abused his office when he pressed the Ukrainian government to investigate his political rivals.
But Trump’s campaign has argued the probe is helping Trump, citing a spike in contributions and enthusiasm.
Rick Gorka, a spokesman for the national Republican Party and the campaign says that pushback efforts have generated nearly $10 million in free press in the states.
He’s also reporting a surge in volunteers and says the response “we’re receiving from the field has been tremendous.”