Trump gives $10 million, still short on investment promise
Oct 30 2016 by Desiree Burns
The survey, which was released Saturday, found that only two points now separate Clinton and Trump nationally - 47 percent of support for Clinton and 45 percent for Trump.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with local farmers at Bedners Farm Fresh Market, October 24, 2016, in Boynton Beach, Florida.
One prominent Trump donor was revealed to be loading money into an under-the-radar PAC: Wisconsin roofing billionaire Diane Hendricks gave $4 million to her personal super PAC, Reform America Fund, reports show. During the general election, his campaign gifts slowed to about $2 million each month.
Mrs Clinton praised Michelle Obama for standing up for the rights of girls and women worldwide, drawing a sharp contrast with Republican nominee Donald Trump.
The 70-year-old Manhattan businessman took heart, however, from a new survey that shows him with a two point lead in early voting Florida, and a slight narrowing in the race nationally.
Trump's campaign recently resumed the "matching" solicitations.
Trump's contribution also shrinks when accounting for about $9 million in campaign cash that has gone back out to his own family and businesses. But before you start worrying (Hillary supporters) or celebrating (Trump supporters), there are some important caveats you need to know about. They say that whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger, and I sure hope that's true.
From October 20 to 26, Quinnipiac University surveyed 791 Iowa likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points.
During his Friday rally, he lightly revised his words, saying he would give "maybe close to or over" the $100-million mark. The majority of that spending occurred in the GOP primary.