Donald Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale announced on Thursday that Trump’s re-election campaign raked in an “unprecedented” $46 million in the fourth quarter.
To add insult to injury, Trump’s re-election campaign easily surpassed Bernie Sanders’ admittedly impressive $34 million. Longtime frontrunner Joe Biden’s lackluster campaign has reportedly only brought in $23 million this quarter.
It’s worth noting as well that Trump’s fundraising numbers do not include funds raised by the RNC.
The Republican organization has yet to release its own fundraising numbers for this quarter, but if its 3rd quarter haul is any indication, it’s safe to say that the RNC will likely smash the DNC’s efforts by a mile.
Parscale declared in his statement, “President Trump’s unprecedented fundraising is testament to his wide grassroots support and his stellar record of achievement on behalf of the American people.”
The polls reflect Trump’s uptick in momentum. According to a December USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll, Donald Trump came out on top in hypothetical matchups against every single Democrat candidate, including current frontrunner Joe Biden, whom he edged out by 3%.