The reality is Donald Trump does not care about the future of the Republican Party, so if he can raise money off of the Georgia runoffs but keep the money for his own purposes, he will do so. — Doug Heye, a longtime GOP strategist
The reality is Donald Trump does not care about the future of the Republican Party, so if he can raise money off of the Georgia runoffs but keep the money for his own purposes, he will do so. — Doug Heye, a longtime GOP strategist
Trump is pocketing Georgia Senate runoff donations for his PAC, while the GOP candidates themselves don't get a dollar, a new report says
  • While fundraising for the Georgia Senate runoffs, President Donald Trump is diverting 75% of most donations to his Save America political action committee, effectively allowing him to hold onto that money for future endeavors.
  • The other 25% goes to the Republican National Committee, meaning the GOP candidates trying to hold on to their seats — Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue — will not see a dollar from Trump's fundraising push coming to their campaigns.
  • A new report from Politico details how Trump is approaching the runoffs in a similar way to how he's been using the fundraising apparatus for his post-election legal efforts.
  • "The reality is Donald Trump does not care about the future of the Republican Party, so if he can raise money off of the Georgia runoffs but keep the money for his own purposes, he will do so," Doug Heye, a longtime GOP strategist told Politico.