The fundraising race speaks to Trump’s continued ability to raise money online from small-dollar donors — as he trumpetes unfounded claims that election fraud led to his loss last year.
Trump’s team will file details of its committees’ fundraising and spending with the Federal Election Commission later Saturday night.
Trump’s team said 3.2 million contributed to the former president’s political committees during the first six months of the year.
In a statement, Trump once again complained of a “stolen” election and cited the donation as a sign that millions of Americans “share my displeasure and want me to continue fighting for the truth.”
Trump’s fundraising mechanism includes two political action committees: Save America, a leadership PAC, and the Make America Great Again PAC, as well as a separate joint fundraising committee. Leadership PACs have a $5,000 cap on donations, but federal regulations place some restrictions on how their contributions can be spent.
Trump has also supported the Super PAC Make America Great Again Action. Saturday night’s Super Pac filing shows it took in a little over $5 million as of June 30. Individual donors included Nevada businessman Don Ahern, who contributed $1 million, former Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler for $250,000 and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell $100,000. . Lindell is on a crusade to advance claims that widespread fraud contributed to Trump’s defeat.
This story has been updated with additional information.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated the amount of Trump’s contributions to political committees. This is a contribution of 3.2 million.