Trump’s Super PAC Raises $4.3 Million In Fourth Quarter
Former President Donald Trump’s super PAC brought in more than $4.3 million from donors in the last three months of 2021 according to a campaign finance report published this week.
The super PAC fueled by donations of up to $25,000 Trump’s Make America Great Again, Again group now has a balance of more than $9.5 million now the group could spend millions on Trump’s political interests. The super PAC’s biggest donors were from Tranquil Path Investments LTD in Texas and the ML Organization LLC in Florida – both business donated $300,000.
According to the Federal Election Commission, neither of these companies have made political donations before. Ten other donors gave $250,000 including Texas Rep. David Mayes Middleton II (R-Texas), who is president of Middleton Oil and Gas Company.
Other donors include Jose Fanjul, a Florida businessman, Saul Vox of California, Don Ahern of Nevada, Elaine Beck of Arizona, Holloway Frost of Texas, Diane Hendricks of Wisconsin, Leslie Liautaud of Tennessee, Anthony Lomangino of Florida and Kenny Troutt of Texas.
Trump has endorsed 52 candidates in all for the House and Senate this year in addition to many other candidates who may be getting aid from the super PAC. Its greatest expenses came from legal fees, event planning, consulting and polling in addition to billing for Trump’s smaller businesses.
Trump’s MAGA Again was started when control of the super PAC was transferred from Corey Lewandowski to Pan Bondi when Lewandowski was accused of making unwanted sexual advances on a Trump donor. Lewandowski transferred $5.7 million from the former PAC to the new one last October.