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Trump campaign, RNC announce $200 million post-election fundraising haul

Trump campaign, RNC announce $200 million post-election fundraising haul
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President TrumpDonald TrumpMore than two-thirds of Americans approve of Biden's coronavirus response: poll Sarah Huckabee Sanders to run for governor Mexico's president tests positive for COVID-19 MORE’s campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) have raised more than $200 million since Election Day, a sum gained through solicitations to fight against what the president falsely claimed was widespread voter fraud that influenced the 2020 election results. 

The Trump campaign and RNC announced the massive fundraising haul of $207.5 million Thursday evening, which they said was raised by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., the RNC, the two joint fundraising committees Trump Victory and the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, and Trump’s new Save America political action committee.

“These tremendous fundraising numbers show President Trump remains the leader and source of energy for the Republican Party, and that his supporters are dedicated to fighting for the rightful, legal outcome of the 2020 general election,” Trump campaign manager Bill StepienBill StepienTrump's refusal to concede sows confusion among staff Biden to campaign in Georgia for Democrats in Senate runoffs Trump campaign, RNC announce 0 million post-election fundraising haul MORE said in a statement.

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Stepien also said the sum “positions President Trump to continue leading the fight to clean up our corrupt elections process in so many areas around the country, and to build on gains from the 2020 elections so we can take back the House and build on our Senate majority in 2022.”

“Thanks to our incredible supporters, we’ve been fighting tooth and nail to uphold election integrity across the country and defend our Senate Republicans in Georgia,” RNC chairwoman Ronna McDanielRonna Romney McDanielDemocrats formally elect Harrison as new DNC chair GOP in bind over Trump as corporate donations freeze The Memo: Democrats scorn GOP warnings on impeachment MORE said in a statement, referring to the upcoming runoffs in Georgia that will decide which party will control the Senate.

The Trump campaign has been fundraising off of its various efforts to challenge the election results since the election was called for President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenFive examples of media's sycophancy for Biden on inauguration week Drastic measures for drastic times — caregiver need mobile health apps Boycott sham impeachment MORE nearly one month ago. Most of the lawsuits have been dismissed outright or denied, and Trump and his legal team have not produced evidence to courts to back up their claims of widespread electoral fraud.

Earlier this week, Attorney General William BarrBill BarrTrump pressed DOJ to go to Supreme Court in bid to overturn election: report Budowsky: Democracy won, Trump lost, President Biden inaugurated Two-thirds say the election was fair: poll MORE said that the Justice Department has not found evidence of any widespread fraud that would alter the result of the election, a stunning break to which Trump reacted negatively on Thursday.

Trump has continued to make claims about that the election was “rigged” and stolen from him. He has also claimed falsely that he won states that Biden won.

Trump released a 46-minute taped video of him leveling such claims on his Facebook page on Wednesday.