But why will Trump lose 103 million dollars as he announces that he will seek the Presidency in 2024? – El Financiero

While Donald Trump is still considering when he will announce his candidacy for the presidency in 2024, he is facing a un dilema costoso.

Como jefe de Save America, un Comité de Acción Política (PAC, por sus siglas en inglés) controlled 103 million dollars, lo que lo convertivo en el ‘dedo que decide’ del Partido Republicano. Una vez que declare su intention de competir por la Presidency, la ley federal pone el dinero fuera de su alcance.

El expresidente lleva meses indicando que construirá otra candidada a la Casa Blanca. Dijo que tomó su decision, pero que puede revelarla, al menos no hasta después de las elecciones intermedia de noviembre, duboto a esas restrictions de financiamiento de campaña.

Cuando haga oficial el anuncio, podrá tomar solo 5 mil dolares del PAC para su comité de campaña, que comenzería con un saldo inicial de cero dolares.

At the same time, declaring your candidacy could stimulate your loyal donors to fill the coffers of your campaign. Trump has demonstrated that puede recaudar dinero rapidamente: en las three semanas posteriores a perder las elecciones de 2020, se unió al Comité Nacional Republicano para reunir 207.5 milliones de dolares mientras afirmaba falsamente que un fraude generalizado lo llevo a su defeata.

El Asalto al Capitolio

Trump returned to Washington on Tuesday, but the first time since he left the White House, he is no longer the most popular figure in the Republican Party. Sin embargo, su futuro político está lejos de ser claro. He received a species of ‘paliza’ from the hands of the Comité del Congreso que investiga su papel en los disturbios del January 6, 2021 en el Capitolio, y casi la mitad de los republicanos ahora dicen que preferirían otro candidato en 2024.

But Trump is seriously considering announcing a candidacy for reelection before time, according to a person familiar with his plans, despite the concerns among some Republican leaders that would energize the Democrats and distract the efforts of the Republican Party. regain control of the House of Representatives in November


Y aunque ha estado reacaudando dinero constantamente, su operation de caudación de fondos cayó in el segundo trimester a 17 milliones de dolares, por debajo de los 19 milliones de dolares de los three meses anteriores, según documents presented before the Federal Commission of Elections.

Durante el periodo del informe financiero, se llevaron seis televisadas audiencias del comité de la Cámara que investiga el asalto al Capitolio. Actually, Trump’s fund collection began to decrease antes de las audiencias. In the first six months of 2022, it collected 36 million dollars, a drop of 29 percent with respect to the 50.5 million dollars of the previous six months.

Trump is not the only ‘gallo’ of the Republican Party

Los republicanos que podería defianar a Trump también han estado recaudando mucho dinero. The governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis, he collected 122 million dollars through his campaign and an allied PAC before his reelection. The major part of their money, unos 71.8 million dollars, came from donors who contributed 50 million dollars or more. Only 7.3 million dollars, or 6 per cent, came from the type of small donors whom Trump most trusts before his fundraising.

Trump has singled out the polls that show him as the clear favorite for the 2024 Republican nomination, including a poll from the Harvard/Harris Center for American Political Studies published on July 1 that showed him ahead of DeSantis 56 vs. 16 per cent. still, casi 60 por cento de todos los votantes en esa encuesta dijeron que no creen que Trump deba postularse nuevamente, y approximately un tercio dijo que Trump es errático, dividirá a EU o es responsable de la insurrección del 6 de enero.

Even with inflation reaching a maximum of four decades, President Joe Biden still outperformed Trump by 44 to 41 percent in a hypothetical revancha poll, according to a New York Times/Siena College survey conducted on July 5 and 7.

Meanwhile, most of us don’t want que neither Trump nor Biden vuelvan a presentarse a las elecciones, according to a survey from the University of Quinnipiac published on July 20. 64 percent of Americans do not want Trump to run for the White House, including 27 percent of Republicans and 68 percent of independents.

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