And not just the GOP was unhappy about it. More than a few questioned the source of the funds.
Was that the $100M Trump just got from the Saudis the moment Pompeo landed in Saudi Arabia yesterday?? 🤔
— VOTE BLUE November 6th!! 🌊🇺🇸🌊 (@PurlLeslie) October 17, 2018
The conglomorates are paying him back for the 1% tax cut.
— Balls Deep State (@BallsDeepState1) October 16, 2018
— VoteLiarsOut (@BBensa) October 16, 2018
Which he will look for some way to skim as much of that money as possible.
— JP Moatti (@JPMoatti) October 16, 2018
Trump tops $100 million in fundraising for his own reelection. For the people hoping, praying, or believing that Mr. Trump won’t stand for re-election—if he gets the chance—this should be an unwelcome dose of reality.
— Tom Steyer (@TomSteyer) October 17, 2018
Can we make him refund the tax payers for all their expenses during his fund raising?
— samches (@samches) October 17, 2018
Saudi’s gave Trump a 100 million thank-you check today. So make that $200 million.
— David Sady (@DavidSady2) October 17, 2018
I suspect a lot of that will be spent paying his lawyers.
— Sharon 🇵🇷🌎 🌊 (@SharonShaman) October 17, 2018
Did he use the money that was wired from Saudi Arabia 🤔
— Cherry 🇺🇸 (@iKilledLPalmer) October 17, 2018
How much of that money is from Russia? #WorstPresidentEver
— foundersrolling🌊🌊🌊 (@miss1to44) October 17, 2018
That is a lot of nonsensical rallys.
— Gregg Stokes (@greggstokes) October 17, 2018
With Trump, you never know. He may figure out a way to keep it and go back to Mother Russia
— Sheldon Crow (@Sheldon_Crow) October 17, 2018
Sir trump is raking in the money so why would he give that up?
— Carm Derrico (@OnlyWhiteTiger) October 17, 2018
Isn’t that Trumps MO? Spins a bunch of BS. Gets others to put up cash. Loots the operation till it goes bust, leaving “Investors and Suppliers” holding the bag. Only this time it’s our government and economy.
— FlipTheHouseDotBlue#BlueWave#FlipTheHouse (@FlipHouseBlue) October 18, 2018
I see another reason, I’m not saying he’s not running, but you remember what happened to his inauguration party fund…..
— Sean Prevost (@sean_prevost) October 17, 2018
Midterm elections are slated for Tuesday November 6, 2018.