Trump team says campaign raised over $76 million in April

Trump advisers said that the April numbers were a bump from March numbers, which saw the former president raking in $65.6 million from donors.

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Donald Trump's campaign raised over $76 million during April, campaign spokespersons told donors on Saturday at the RNC donor retreat. Trump has been making campaign stops in between courtroom appearances as he works hard to remind Americans why he's the right man for a second term in the White House.

While Joe Biden attends glitzy campaign fundraisers with Hollywood celebs and his elite cadre of Dem friends and donors, Trump is out on the trail meeting American voters in pizza shops, fast food places, and on the stump in battle ground states, where the former president has been gaining ground and taking leads.

Trump advisers said that the April numbers were a bump from March numbers, which saw the former president raking in $65.6 million from donors, The New York Times reports. And this while Trump is forced to sit day after day in a New York courtroom facing prosecution over bookkeeping records alleged to be campaign interference by partisan, Dem DA Alvin Bragg.

Biden, who attended a star-studded, mega-donor bash on the same day Trump attended the wake of a fallen NYPD officer, one of New York's finest, has been ahead in the cash-flow race, but Trump has proven again and again that his draw is of the people. 

A new poll out from ABC shows that Trump has the support of 46 percent of Americans while Biden retains only 44 percent after more than three years in office. Biden's job disapproval rating is up to 57 percent, and many Americans feel that their financial outlook has gotten worse under his leadership.
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