Trump earns $5 million after being indicted, according to the media

April 3, 2023



(RT)

Former US President Donald Trump has raised over $5 million in the 48 hours since he was indicted by a New York grand jury, an official with his 2024 campaign told Axios on Saturday. After raising $4 million in the first 24 hours, the campaign raked in another $1 million in the second 24 hours, defying even campaign officials’ own expectations. More than a quarter of the first day’s haul came from first-time donors, the Trump 2024 website revealed in a Friday press release, adding that donations came in from all 50 states in the first five hours after the announcement. The campaign contrasted the average donation size, $34, with the “billions of dollars” spent by “special interest donors” to sway elections, and more than 16,000 volunteers had signed up on its website in the first 24 hours post-indictment. The campaign for Donald Trump's indictment has praised the American people for recognizing the "disgraceful weaponization of our justice system" by a Soros-funded prosecutor.

George Soros indirectly funded Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's 2021 campaign through donations to racial-issues PAC Color of Change, while Soros' son and daughter-in-law both donated directly to Bragg's campaign. Trump plans to surrender for a Tuesday arraignment, at which point the indictment against him will be unsealed. It is assumed to be based on Trump's alleged $130,000 hush money payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels in 2016. Trump has repeatedly insisted he did nothing illegal and does not plan on letting the matter interfere with his 2024 campaign. Polls conducted since the indictment show it has boosted his poll numbers significantly over primary rival Ron DeSantis.

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