More than $3 million more raised after Trump CPAC meeting

The American Conservative Union (ACU) convened CPAC in Orlando, Florida, February 25-28, 2021, culminating in President Trump‘s first public address since leaving office on the afternoon of the final day of CPAC. In his speech, President Trump touched on several topics of concern to American voters and lashed out at the Chinese Communist Party and the American left’s socialist agenda, as well as the 2020 election fraud.

In his speech, Trump said, “We have only one path ahead of us – that of electing Republican candidates who support the ‘America First’ philosophy that will make America great again. Please do what you can to support us, because we’re helping great Americans, we’re fighting Big Tech, the left media, the swamp of Washington, and we can’t win this fight without your help.”

On March 10, Miller revealed on Bannon’s “War Room” show that the Save America political action committee (PAC) “The PAC is currently operating with a total of $80 million and has raised $50 million in 2021 alone, an amount that equals or exceeds the amount raised by the Republican National Committee (RNC) during the same period.

President Trump has a strong appeal among American voters, with the vast majority of donations being small, and on March 8 Trump issued a statement urging supporters to stop giving money to “nominal Republicans” who oppose “Make America Great Again” and that he wants people to give money directly to his campaign website and to the RNC. He wants people to donate money directly to his campaign website and the “Save America Political Action Committee,” not the Republican National Committee.

In that statement, Trump said, “Stop giving money to ‘Republicans in Name Only’ (RINOS), they do nothing but hurt the Republican Party and our strong voting base. They will never lead us to greatness. Please send your donations to the ‘Save America Political Action Committee’ through We will bring America back stronger than ever!”

As of today, President Trump has issued a statement officially endorsing eleven Republican candidates in the race.