Donald Trump has a ways to go before he could potentially be sworn in as the country’s 47th president, but he is getting a great deal of help from millions of Americans along the way.

Campaign officials told donors on Saturday that the former president’s re-election campaign reported a fundraising haul of $76 million in April. Officials from the Trump campaign announced that their fundraising haul for April was up from $65.6 million in March. The announcement was made during a private donor retreat hosted by the Republican National Committee and the Trump campaign. The details regarding the fundraising haul will be released later this month in filings, Politico reported.

The fundraising figures were revealed during a one-hour presentation featuring top Trump campaign officials, including Susie Wiles, Chris LaCivita, and Tony Fabrizio. The Biden campaign has not yet released any details regarding its April fundraising totals.

In the presentation, Trump’s team conveyed their confidence as they entered the final six months of the race. Campaign officials cited several polls where former President Trump is leading in crucial swing states such as Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Michigan. The Trump campaign recently held a private meeting with a group of conservative organizations, including Turning Point USA, to discuss potential collaborations on canvassing initiatives.

Although Trump’s fundraising has increased since securing the Republican nomination, he still has a substantial cash shortfall compared to President Joe Biden. Recent filings indicate that Biden has nearly doubled Trump’s fundraising at this stage in the race. But much of Biden’s cash has come from big-money left-wing donors.

According to FEC records, 35 percent of Biden’s 2024 re-election campaign donations have originated from big donors, which are contributions exceeding $2,000. Only 38 percent of the president’s current campaign donations have been received from small donors, constituting contributions ranging from $1 to $200.

Regarding the Trump campaign, 61 percent of its funds have been sourced from small donors, with only nine percent originating from big donors. Over the period between 2020 and 2024, President Biden’s total contributions from big donors have surged by 10 percentage points, while the former president’s figures have declined by the same margin.

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