June 21, 2016

DONALD VS HILARY: Filings Show Huge Fundraising Gap.

Trump raised just over $3 million in May — the month he secured enough delegates to win the Republican nomination — while Clinton raked in more than $26 million, according to the latest filings from the Federal Election Commission.

Those numbers — weak for a Congressional campaign, let alone a run at the White House — have put Trump and the Republican Party at an extraordinary financial disadvantage heading into the general election.

Filings also showed that Trump had $1.29 million in cash at the start of June, while Clinton had $42 million.

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