Americans rally to Pres. Trump with record fundraising

The lamestream media, relentlessly pushing the Dem’s impeachment spew, would have us believe President Donald Trump is hanging on by a thin thread and has lost the support of the American people.

Recently reported FEC third quarter fundraising totals belie that myth. His reelection campaign has broken all previous records. President Trump and the Republican National Committee (RNC) raised nearly $125 million.

The president now has $156 million cash on hand with approximately $310 million raised so far this year. He’ll need it all and more to get his message out in this hostile environment. America’s voters will continue to respond. He has been right all along: 

7 Responses to Americans rally to Pres. Trump with record fundraising

  1. MAGA Hat Man says:

    After the declines in every area of American life during the Obama years, I believe that Donald Trump came to us at the most critical of times. His election flew in the face of pundits who declared he would never win…Obama among them.

    His message of “Make America Great Again” resonated, The previous president promised to “Fundamentally change America,” a nation he clearly held in disdain. Michelle Obama said she had never been proud to be an American until Barack won.

    Today’s Democrats who would have been yesterday’s Socialists are reeling in the face of Pres. Trump’s many accomplishments. They are clutching and clawing at one another in a bizarre effort to be the one to bring him down. He will win again because he deserves to.

    Remember this?

  2. Realist says:

    There is no way to fully express my gratitude to President Trump, First Lady Melania and their family for continually taking the slings and arrows while doing the spectacular jobs they do on behalf of the USA.Have you noticed hey haven’t taken a world wide apology tour, including bowing at the feet of Muslim royals as BO did?

  3. jake sez says:

    I do not contribute to the republican party of national campaigns because they spread the money around even to people who I feel do not support my principals or ideals.. However, I do contribute to individual candidates that I believe in. I have sent money to the Trump campaign three times.

  4. Saguaro Sam says:

    Donald Trump has been preparing for this for a very long time.
    Few people understand economics the way he does.

    Even fellows like Steve Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross, who are both brilliant, never thought that President Trump could turn this economy around the way he has.

    No one on the world stage understands China the way he does.
    Nor did anyone care to understand or stand up to China.
    President Trump understands the Panda/Red Dragon split personality of the Chinese Communists.

    Just this week, the Chinese government is “celebrating” the 70th anniversary of communist rule in their country. And flexing their commie muscles with the people of Hong Kong, who have a right to be very worried about their well-being.

    The media has covered up the story about Hong Kong because people there are out in the streets, waving American flags and singing American patriotic songs. They know all the words, unlike some of us. Why are they doing this? Because when China “rented out” Hong Kong to Great Britain in the late 1800’s, the people became Westernized to a large degree. They tasted freedom and prosperity, and they liked it.

    The arrangement—the treaty—with Britain was that China would take back control over Hong Kong in the year 2040 or thereabouts.
    But since President Trump has punished China with tariffs and China has no possible way to feed their population, and because Hong Kong is a huge financial hub, China just might take back control early. By force. Always by force.
    There are only 3 countries in the world that can provide the amount of soybeans that China requires–the U.S. and two countries in South America.

    Continue to watch Wall Street. Goldman Sachs, like Adam Schifty, is spreading information that is wishful thinking on their part, regarding our economy.
    But outlets like NYT and WaPo will spin it. You know who owns both of those fish wrappers, right?

    Meanwhile, Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs takes over the chair for the Freedom Caucus. Hopefully, he’ll become more comfortable in front of the cameras. President Trump needs strong patriots.

  5. Kathy says:

    MAGA, KAG 2020!!!!!

  6. MacBeth says:

    I attended the first Trump rally at the Phoenix Convention Center before he was elected. It was July and very hot, but the line of ticket holders circled around the entire downtown block. I knew that day I was witnessing something I had never before seen in politics. The energy level was off the charts, and Trump, who had just arrived from a campaign rally in Las Vegas, had the cheering crowd enthralled. Who was missing among the elected Republicans in attendance? McCain and Flake. Then-AZ Republican chairman Robert Graham, who took his marching orders from McCain, boycotted the event.

    McCain is gone, Graham has become what the Beatles called a “real nowhere man” and Flake who polled too low to run for a second senate term is now advising Republican members of congress to stand against President Trump “even if it means risking their careers.” He ought to apply for a job on Comedy Central.

  7. East Valley Conservative says:

    This is a few days old but I just received it in an email and want to commend AZ Congressman Andy Biggs for his bold condemnation and censure of out-of-control Democrat Adam Schiff who obviously has nothing else to do in Washington other than hound and lie about President Trump.