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Trump Campaign Trolls Dem Candidates Over Donation Money


Brad Parscale, President Trump's 2020 campaign manager trolled the 2020 Democratic candidates when he announced that the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) raised more money in the 36 hours after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the impeachment inquiry than many of the Democratic candidates during the entire third quarter.

In just 36 hours, the Trump campaign along with the RNC raised $13 million. That is “significantly more than most of the Democrat presidential candidates are able to raise in a whole quarter,” Parscale said in an op-ed.


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Check out what the Democratic candidates raised during the third quarter below:

While Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) reported a beefy $25.3 million in the third quarter, Sen. Elizabeth Warren raised $24.6 million, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) reported $19.1 million, several candidates saw numbers relatively the same – or lower – than the Trump campaign and RNC’s three-day spike:
Joe Biden: $15.2 million
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA): $11.6 million
Andrew Yang (D): $10 million
Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ): $6 million
Marianne Williamson (D): $3 million
Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO): $2.1 million

“The sudden flood of donations to President Trump’s reelection effort provides undeniable evidence that this impeachment gambit represents a massive miscalculation,” Parscale added, saying that the impeachment effort is “already coming apart at the seams.”

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Parscale continued by talking about how the Democrats' recent impeachment push is just a distraction that is backfiring big time on them. He also noted that the Left will feel the pain from their impeachment push when the 2020 election rolls around.

He continued:

If this week’s GOP fundraising haul is any indication, Pelosi didn’t just drive another nail into the coffin awaiting the Democrats’ nominee next year, she may also be looking at serious losses in the swing House districts that handed her the speaker’s gavel in 2018. The moderate Democrats in those seats are already being put on the spot by the impeachment push. Their Republican challengers are poised to hold them accountable back in their home districts, hoping to ensure that those freshman legislators find themselves out of office next year.
The true toll of the Democrats’ decision to proceed with this Ukraine farce, of course, is the damage it is already inflicting on our government institutions. The American people won’t look kindly on their politicization of a process that exists as a last resort in a genuine crisis — which this clearly is not.


“We know that this charade won’t result in Donald Trump leaving office, but it may well result in many Democrats leaving theirs,” Parscale ended.

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