Trump raises $82 million in first half of 2021 – most campaign cash than any ex-president in history!

We don’t know if Donald Trump is going to run for president in 2024 or not, but he’s making history raking in the campaign cash. Trump raised $82 million in the first half of 2021 (the most of any ex-president in US history). Trump now has $102 million in the war chest from his political action committees, which could be used to fund campaign for the 2022 election to take out Democrats and filthy RINO Never Trump “Republicans”.

All this comes despite bans from Big Tech and social media platforms, making the achievement even more notable.

The period reported is from Jan. 1 to June 30 of this year, as the former president has battled obstruction of election fraud investigations and constantly rebuked the struggles of the Biden administration, including the border, pandemic, foreign policy, and inflation.

Trump-affiliated political action committees raised nearly $82 million in the six months from 3.2 million contributions, Axios reported from a representatives’ emailed statement.

“The committees have approximately $102 million cash on hand,” the statement added.

The rough total dollars and contributions averages out to be around $25.63 per donation.

The president has not decided to run for office again, but he has teased it and said “antiquated” campaign finance laws are keeping him from making an official campaign announcement.

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