Donald Trump’s 2024 Reelection Campaign Gained $1.5 Million After The Warning He Issued Regarding His Potential Arrest

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Former President Donald Trump’s 2024 reelection campaign revealed to Fox News that they managed to collect $1.5 million as funds in just three days after he issued a warning on Truth Social post regarding his indictment and potential arrest under hush money charges appealed by a Manhattan district attorney.

Donald Trump’s campaign furiously hopped into action after the controversial social media post by the former president attracted massive media attention. 

The campaign team sent out videos and emails to gain fundraising and also highlighted the possible indictment of Donald Trump by District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Trump has been accused of being involved in Hush Money payouts to an adult film star Stormy Daniels in 2016, to keep the sexual encounters hidden, she had earlier with Trump prior to that year’s elections. 

Trump’s campaign stated:

“If the current Democrat regime can get away with threatening to arrest its biggest political opponent, then our once great Republic will have fully descended into a third-world tyranny.” 

The email, which asks for donations, told Trump supporters that “you’re our country’s only hope.”

Trump posted a fundraising video on his social media, in which he stated: 

“If you are doing poorly, as so many of you are, do not send anything. If you are doing well, which was made possible through the great policies of the Trump Administration, send your contribution.”

An additional campaign email asked the supporters to back an appeal that seeks to gather “millions and millions of petition signatures from Americans like you CONDEMNING these threats of possible arrest.” 

Signing the appeal took the Trump supporters to a fundraising page, where they can easily make proposed donations of $3300, $1,000 or $500 to Trump’s campaign.

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