Mike Reed, a spokesman for the Republican National Committee, said Wednesday's call from Trump's campaign netted "six figures" during the day. "Our supporters are totally behind President Trump and eager to support the ballot-lowering candidates who are doing the same," he said.
Party representatives stated that there would likely be additional digital fundraising efforts for senators and that those who were not included in this wave may be in the future.
The President is a charitable grace for Republican senators. Earlier this month, Texas sex worker John Kornin sent an appeal to donors, prominently displaying a thumbs-up image of Trump. The petition asked donors to show President Trump that you have your back! And he invited them to split their donations between the president and Corney's re-election campaigns.
Texas Senator tweeted after that his campaign "had the largest online fundraising day to date."
"Donors are listening to the president and he has the greatest capacity to make contributions. with small dollars. making the decision that he needs a Senate majority to be successful, "says Scott Jennings, a former political aide to the George W. Bush White House.
Trump's interest in helping to get the ballot candidates heard Republican strategists worried about the 2020 election turning out to be ruinous midterms for 2018, when GOP candidates were significantly outnumbered, and it is hoped Trump will be able to use his large network of small donors to help the Republican Senate "They are trying to defend
" The tricky lessons of 2018 were that elections have consequences and now it's the president's party, "says Scott Reed, senior political strategist at the US Chamber of Commerce.
Tru mp. Reed added, "has the ability to incorporate the money palette like no other."