Impeachment Charade Backfires BIGLY, Trump Now Has A Million New Donors
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Democrats are still not coping well with the fact that President Donald Trump was acquitted in the Senate impeachment trial earlier this month.
But two weeks after the president was totally exonerated, it appears Democrats gave him an even bigger gift than many initially realized.
The Republican Party reports that the president now has one million new donors and that he continues to receive unprecedented donations from his supporters.
The Republican National Committee now reveals Donald J. Trump for President Inc. — the president’s official campaign entity — raised $60.6 million in January, and now has over $200 million cash on hand.
Since the beginning of 2019, the campaign has raised over $525 million. Since the Democratic impeachment push began Sept. 24, the campaign also gained over 1 million new digital and direct mail donors.
“The more Democrats smear Trump, the more enthusiasm we see for him and his many accomplishments,” said RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel. “We already have 500,000 volunteers trained and activated, and this record-breaking support is helping us grow our grassroots army even more.”
In other words, the Democrats impeachment charade drove even more Americans to support the president and send him their hard-earned money to help ensure he is re-elected.
Now, betting aggregator Oddschecker.com has Trump’s chances at 59.99 percent of winning re-election and serving a second term in office.
Trump’s odds of victory are now 5-7, according to Oddschecker.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Far behind is Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has a 16.7% chance of winning the White House, and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg with an 11% chance.
But with the Democratic race in turmoil after Iowa flubbed its caucuses and indications showing a strong first- or second-place finish for former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, gamblers are scrambling to fine-tune their bets among the sites Oddschecker examines.
Notably, those betting on the outcome of the New Hampshire primary next week have started to pull the bets for former Vice President Joe Biden, rejected again by Iowa Democrats, and put more on Sanders and Buttigieg.
The firm’s spokesman, Pete Watt, said, “Trump is at an all-time high.”
The more Democrats go after Trump, the more he wins.