The Hill reports:
President Trump’s reelection campaign announced that it ended 2017 with $22.1 million in the bank, touting the “grassroots support” that boosted fundraising in his first year in office. Trump’s campaign said it raised $6.9 million in the fourth fundraising quarter of 2017, which includes fundraising from October to the end of December.
Of that total, about $2.1 million from direct contributions and about $3.5 million came from the campaign’s joint fundraising committees with the Republican National Committee (RNC). “Our latest FEC report is just one reflection of a fundamental reality: grassroots support for President Trump is stronger than ever,” Lara Trump, a senior adviser to his reelection campaign, said in a statement.