Trump Campaign Bombshell

( – In a remarkable turn of events, former President Donald Trump’s quest to retake the White House amassed a staggering $141 million in May from an impressive tally of over 2 million contributions.

The campaign made this financial revelation public on Monday in unison with the Republican National Committee.

Furthermore, it is worth noting that additional entities advocating for a second Trump tenure managed to raise another $150 million. This brings the grand total of funds raised in May teasingly close to $300 million.

The campaign’s total rose significantly after the $53 million it secured in a mere 24-hour window following Trump’s conviction in a New York trial concerning his business dealings.

This impressive sum represents more than a third of the total funds raised for the month.

The influx of donations was so overwhelming that it caused Trump’s donation platform to experience a brief outage of around 30 minutes on the very night of his conviction.

“We are moved by the outpouring of support for President Donald J. Trump. The American people saw right through Crooked Joe Biden’s rigged trial, and sent Biden and Democrats a powerful message – the REAL verdict will come on November 5th,” stated Trump’s campaign senior advisers Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles.

Of the 2 million individuals who contributed, a quarter of them were new to the campaign. The average donation amounted to $70.27, according to the campaign.

“The American people saw the Biden Trials for what they are — a sham attempt to keep President Trump away from voters and confined in a courtroom. It didn’t work because voters understand the clear contrast between President Trump’s record of success and Joe Biden’s failures,” said RNC Chair Michael Whatley and Co-Chair Lara Trump.

“Unfortunately for Democrats, their rigged political operation has backfired in a historic way, and Republicans are in a stronger position to FIRE Crooked Joe Biden and Make America Great Again by electing President Trump on November 5,” they added.

At this point, the Biden campaign has yet to disclose the total amount of funds raised in May after revealing they secured $51 million in April.

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