Pro-Trump Super PAC Raked In Nearly $50 Million in Half a Year

Pro-Trump Super PAC Raked In Nearly $50 Million in Half a Year

(FeaturedHeadlines.com) – The Super Political Action Committee (Super PAC), MAGA Inc., has raked in nearly $50 million in the last six months to support Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign. The Super PAC received more than a dozen donations of over $1 million from prominent individuals in the business world.

MAGA Inc. brought in more than $46 million in the latter half of 2023, ending the year with more than $23 million in available cash. The funds will go towards supporting the Trump campaign, which is working to secure his place as the Republican Party nominee and gearing up for the general election.

MAGA Inc. received more than $5 million from World Wrestling Entertainment founder Linda McMahon, $5 million from energy industry billionaire Timothy Dunn, and another $5 million from ABC Supply founder Diane Hendricks. The Super PAC’s largest donation came from Mellon banking fortune heir Timothy Mellon, who gave $10 million.

The $46 million raised in the second half of 2023 shows a significant increase from the first half of the year, in which MAGA Inc. raised just $13 million. The increase comes as Trump moves closer to securing the Republican nomination, considering all primary challengers except former US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley have dropped out of the race.

The Haley campaign received more than $1 million in donations in the 24 hours following her New Hampshire primary loss on January 23. On January 24, Trump said in a statement to Truth Social that he would not associate with any donors who continue to support Haley.

However, the Haley campaign said on January 25 that it took in a total of $4.6 million in the 48 hours after the New Hampshire primary. Haley highlighted that her campaign received more than 200,000 donations across all 50 states, 95% of which were $200 or less.

Nevertheless, the Republican National Committee (RNC) could advance a measure to declare Trump as the party’s presumptive 2024 nominee, despite Haley remaining in the race. A Haley campaign spokeswoman said that it will let Republican voters decide on the nominee, not “Washington insiders,” adding that the RNC should organize a debate between Trump and Haley.

Regardless of fundraising and poll numbers, it seems Trump will still have to contend with Haley before setting his sights fully on winning the general election in November.

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