Trump Campaign Generates $2 Million in Funding Following Federal Charges Arraignment

Former President Donald Trump earned about $2 million at his campaign’s first major event, just hours after his arraignment in Miami.

According to a person familiar with the campaign, the campaign raised $2.1 million during a “candlelight dinner” with senior fundraisers and campaign bundlers. Trump made brief remarks to his supporters and sat at a table with donors and supporters, including Sen. Tommy Tuberville, R-Ala.

Since Trump’s indictment, the campaign has raised $4.5 million in digital fundraising. The Trump campaign announced that they raised $6.6 million in total.

While Trump’s campaign has primarily relied on small-dollar, grassroots contributions, the fundraiser — which had a goal of generating roughly $2 million — highlights how Trump has been able to rely on deep-pocketed supporters to replenish his campaign coffers even while he has been embroiled in legal difficulties.

Trump Campaign Generates $2 Million in Funding Following Federal Charges Arraignment

The campaign has not yet provided details on how much money Trump raised after his indictment. Still, it intends to make those figures public, given the uproar around his arraignment and a flood of fundraising appeals from his campaign.

Trump spent Tuesday in court in Miami, where he pleaded not guilty to federal criminal charges that he hid classified military secrets at his Palm Beach club and obstructed government efforts to recover critical records.

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Trump is charged with 37 felonies, including 31 counts of deliberate retention of national security records and six counts of hindering the federal operation to obtain those materials.

Following his arraignment, Trump returned to his golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey, with his team of advisers and lawyers, where he addressed a crowd of fans, some of whom came halfway across the country at the last minute to give Trump a boost.

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Donors who paid at least $1,000 to attend Trump’s fundraiser were escorted inside the club following the speeches for the remainder of the event.

Earlier, Ric Grenell, Trump’s former acting director of national intelligence, spoke to the audience inside. Kimberly Guilfoyle, Donald Trump Jr.’s fiancée, was also present and spoke with contributors.

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