Trump raises whopping $7 MILLION in wake of indictment news

by Summer Lane

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Since President Trump’s indictment in New York was announced last Thursday, the Trump campaign has brought in a whopping $7 million in donations, according to Trump senior advisor Jason Miller.

Per the Trump campaign, $4 million was raised in the first 24 hours after the indictment news broke, with more than 25 percent of those donations coming from first-time donors to Trump’s campaign.

“With an average contribution of only $34, President Trump’s 2024 campaign is funded by an unmatched coalition of hardworking patriots who are fed up with special interest donors like Soros spending billions of dollars to influence our elections,” the Trump campaign stated. “Americans from across all 50 states donated to President Trump’s campaign within the first 5 hours of the sham indictment.”

Per Newsmax, more than 16,000 volunteers have also signed up to help the Trump campaign within the 24 hours following the indictment news. “I have never had so much support and love as I do now against the Radical Left Insurrectionists, Extortionists, Crooked Politicians and Thugs that are destroying our Country,” Trump wrote on Sunday on Truth Social. “Thank you, we will MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!”

Many Americans see President Trump’s legal battles as a sign of a duplicitous justice system. In fact, post-indictment, Trump is holding a 30-point lead at minimum in most 2024 primary polls, from Trafalgar to McLaughlin & Associates.

Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Trump, remarked on Twitter, “The ruling party is trying to jail the opposition leader like a third world dictatorship! It’s happening before your very eyes.”

On Tuesday, Trump will be arraigned in New York on still unknown charges related to the infamous “hush money” case revolving around Stormy Daniels. Protests and rallies in New York are expected to take place and will be covered by the RSBN broadcast team.

On Tuesday evening, Trump is scheduled to deliver post-arraignment remarks from his home in Mar-a-Lago at 8:15 p.m. EDT. You can watch his remarks on RSBN here.

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