President Donald Trump has created a massive war chest to take on the GOP establishment.
He has officially just put his first money into a midterm race – it is to take on RINO Georgia Governor Brian Kemp.
Former President Donald Trumpâ€™s political operation is plowing cash into Georgiaâ€™s Republican gubernatorial primary â€” his organizationâ€™s first major financial investment in a midterm race and an indication that heâ€™s willing to dig into his massive war chest to defeat his foes.
Trumpâ€™s Save America PAC has transferred $500,000 to a super PAC devoted to defeating Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, whom the former president has targeted over his refusal to overturn Georgiaâ€™s 2020 election results. Those close to Trumpâ€™s political apparatus describe it as an initial cash infusion ahead of the May 24 primary, which pits Kemp against Trump-endorsed former Sen. David Perdue.
Trump is opening his account for another candidate for the first time since leaving the White House. The former president â€” who continues to capitalize on a deep well of small donor support â€” has stockpiled more than $110 million, making his committee one of the most well-funded organizations in politics. While Trump has cut small checks to favored candidates and spent money to stage rallies, he had yet to direct a sizable sum toward bolstering a particular contender.
The move underscores the importance â€” and urgency â€” of Georgia in Trumpâ€™s eyes. Kemp has a substantial polling lead over Perdue and has far outpaced his rival in fundraising, despite absorbing more than a year of attacks from the former president. Trump recruited Perdue into the primary and nudged out another candidate who threatened to cut into Perdueâ€™s vote. The former president recently held a rally for Perdue, recorded a TV advertisement for him and hosted a fundraiser benefiting his campaign.
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