Trump Campaign Raises $7.1 Million Since His Arrest In Georgia

Over the last three weeks, Trump’s campaign raised around $20 million, following his indictment and arraignment in Washington related to the federal January 6 case and then his surrender and processing at the Fulton County jail in Georgia.

Since former President Donald Trump’s mugshot was taken at the Fulton County jail in Georgia after surrendering in the Georgia election subversion case, the Trump 2024 presidential campaign has raised $7.1 million. Within the last three weeks, the campaign raised around $20 million, with $4.18 million raised after Trump’s arrest in Georgia.

Merchandise featuring Trump’s mugshot was quickly offered for sale by his campaign after his release, including items like T-shirts, mugs, koozies, and bumper stickers. Trump’s legal challenges have intensified, with federal and state charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. Despite his legal troubles.

Trump used his first post-January 2021 appearance on social media platform X (formerly Twitter) to share a fundraising note.

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