Trump campaign bags $5M on impeachment day: manager




 

The Trump campaign raised $5 million on the day House Democrats voted to impeach the president on two counts, according to campaign manager Brad Parscale.

"Incredible fundraising numbers!" Parscale tweeted. "[Trump] has raised over [$5 million] (still growing) today as Americans use their wallet to show support against [House Speaker Nancy] Pelosi's impeachment hoax!"

As House members voted on articles of impeachment, President Trump held a rally Wednesday at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek, Michigan, that drew thousands of supporters.

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The Republican National Committee (RNC) also released record fundraising numbers Wednesday, raking in $20.6 million during the month of November alone, according to Federal Election Commission data obtained by Fox News.

The party has the most cash-on-hand that it's had since 2012, the RNC told Fox News.

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"Democrat's baseless impeachment charade has only served to bolster our base and attract more voters to our cause and the result is another record-breaking fundraising month," RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said.

"President Trump's policies made historic progress this month as well, with USMCA clearing another legislative hurdle, paid-family leave secured for federal employees, and 266,000 jobs added to the economy - all while Nancy Pelosi's impeachment sham droned on," she said, adding that "voters will make their voices heard by re-electing President Trump and voting for Republicans up and down the ballot in 2020."

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