Things are looking good for President Trump if he chooses to run against Joe Biden in 2024. While some ex-Presidents have attempted to get re-elected, none have had prospects that appear as positive as those of President Trump as he has raised more campaign money than any ex-President ever has.
Since he “lost” the extremely suspicious election to Joe Biden, President Trump has been busy raising money. Though he has been coy both about running for President in 2024 and for the House of Representatives in 2022, supporters have been donating money hand over fist to ensure he wins if he chooses to run. In the first half of 2021, Trump has personally raised more than $82 million. In addition, political action committees have brought in $102 million, according to FEC filings.
This makes President Trump the first former President in history to ever report nine figures in donations — a sign that the American people want him back more than anyone who has ever served our country in that capacity. And while some may try to say it was all big business donating to him, the contributions average just $25 per person. These numbers almost match contributions made to Bernie Sanders’ campaign that the Left said was evidence he was a man of the people.
“This man has no intention of going away,” says Dan Eberhart, a major Republican donor who has traditionally been critical of Donald Trump. “To me, the $64,000 question is how much money he’s going to spend on primaries. Is he going to save it for himself, or is he going to go completely nuts on five different House races and spend a tremendous amount of money?”
“It seems like he’s going to go all out for his chosen people,” Eberhart says, apparently forgetting that President Trump’s “chosen people” are every single American.