Democrats’ impeachment effort, coupled with the booming Trump economy, have fueled President Trump’s re-election efforts and fired up the Republican base. In January of 2020 alone, the GOP and Trump re-election campaign raised $60 million, leaving the Pro-Trump groups with $200 million cash-on-hand for 2020. Together, the RNC and Trump’s re-election effort have hauled in $525 million from the beginning of 2019 to now.
Trump campaign and RNC bring in over $60M in January, $525M since January of last year pic.twitter.com/560zTYq65F— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 13, 2020
HUGE: @TeamTrump and @GOP raised $60M+ in January alone with $525M+ raised since start of 2019!— Sarah Matthews (@SarahAMatthews1) February 13, 2020
With @realDonaldTrump’s accomplishments and our strong fundraising numbers, this campaign is going to be unstoppable in 2020.https://t.co/FTyG4d0Q2z
These monster fundraising numbers come on the heels of President Trump's acquittal. Despite Democrats' efforts to impeach and remove him, a large majority of Republican and independent voters did not side with Democrats after the botched process in the House of Representatives.
Competing with this booming, record-breaking economy is an uphill battle for Democrats. Their swing-and-miss impeachment effort has only disenfranchised voters more. President Trump’s approval rating is at a record-high for his presidency, and voters are both satisfied with their current economic standings and hopeful about the future.
By every metric, @realDonaldTrump is in an even stronger position than 2016.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) February 13, 2020
1M new small donors since impeachment began, 500K volunteers trained & activated, record turnout in IA & NH.
Americans' lives are better, and they are coming out in droves to support him! pic.twitter.com/1zFwAed7r5
These record-shattering fundraising numbers present a positive foreshadow for the GOP's efforts to keep President Trump in the White House come November.