Warren brings in huge fundraising haul

Warren brings in huge fundraising haul
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Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenBiden calls for equal pay for US women's soccer team Biden calls for equal pay for US women's soccer team Trump steadfast in denials as support for impeachment grows MORE (D-Mass.) brought in a massive $5.2 million fundraising haul in the first three months of 2017.

Warren's total brought her current cash on hand up to $9.2 million, nearly doubling her campaign account, Politico reported.

More than 90 percent of the contributions she received were $50 or less, and 98 percent of the contributions were $100 or less.

Warren also received donations from nearly 16,000 people from "every corner of Massachusetts," she said. She tweeted out a map Tuesday representing from where she received the donations.


"The map shows something powerfully important: a strong grassroots movement is ready to fight back & make real change for MA & our country," Warren tweeted.

Warren has been a strong critic of President Trump since his presidential campaign.

Last week, she slammed the president after he sent a letter to Congress explaining his reasoning for launching an airstrike on Syria.

She said in a series of tweets she saw "no compelling strategic justification" for the strike and called the president's approach to Syria "erratic."

A recent Morning Consult poll found Warren had a favorability rating of 56 percent.