Trump raised more than $20 million in February, eclipsing January's gain

Former President Trump raised more than $20 million in February — an increase from December and January — bringing his cash on hand to nearly $42 million at the end of last month, Fox News Digital has learned.

The presumptive GOP nominee's campaign and its joint Trump Save America fundraising committee brought in $20.33 million last month.

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The fundraising represents a massive increase from previous months. In January, Trump brought in $13.875 million. In December, Trump raised nearly $10.5 million.

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Republican presidential candidate, former President Donald Trump, gestures to the crowd during a campaign rally Saturday, March 16, 2024, in Vandalia, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jeff Dean) (AP Photo/Jeff Dean)

At the end of February, Trump had a total cash balance of $41.9 million.

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“Americans know they were better off with President Trump four years ago than with crooked Joe Biden and his disastrous policies,” Steven Cheung, communications director for the Trump campaign, told Fox News Digital. “We need a return to the America First policies that have succeeded in keeping our country safe and boosting the economy for all Americans.”

Trump officially became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee earlier this month following his victories in the Georgia, Mississippi and Washington state primaries.

President Biden also clinched his party's nomination earlier this month.

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The November contest between Biden and Trump is the first rematch in a White House race since 1956, when Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower defeated former Democratic Gov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois in their second matchup.

The latest Fox News poll from earlier this month gave Trump a lead over Biden in a head-to-head matchup.

Meanwhile, a separate new ABC/Ipsos poll found that more respondents trust Trump, 36%, than Biden, who received 33%. About 30% of those surveyed said they would not trust either candidate.

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