Former President Donald Trump has $ 102 million in political money he can use as the GOP plans to regain a majority in Congress next year, according to documents filed Saturday night with the Federal Election Commission.
Mr. Trump’s political action committees said they received $ 82 million in the first half of the year through June 30, of which $ 62 million went to Save America PAC, an executive committee that publishes Mr. Trump’s press releases and candidate approvals.
Some of that money came in the form of donation transfers collected last year, according to filings, a caveat first reported by The New York Times and not mentioned in a statement released by Save America PAC. announcing the figure.
Trump’s aides did not immediately respond to an accounting question.
This is at the start of the midterm election cycle and committees often wait to give to candidates before voting begins. Mr. Trump’s committees, which can donate $ 5,000 per election to a campaign, reported no donations to GOP campaigns until June 30.