Trump, the Republican National Committee and their authorized joint fundraising committees raised $61.7 million in April, a record for the month.
They have $255 million cash on hand and have a total haul cycle to date of about $742 million, the campaign said.
In contrast, Joe Biden's presidential campaign, combined with the Democratic National Committee, raised $60.5 million.
This is the first monthly fundraising announcement since Biden became the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
Trump raises more campaign cash than Biden https://t.co/xcJIIo8gBM
— P.M. NEWS (@pmnewsnigeria) May 12, 2020
Last month was the first month where fundraising had to be undertaken 100% in the virtual sphere due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
According to the campaign, the average online donation was $32.63.
The Biden campaign noted its fundraising announcement comes as the United States surpasses more than 1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19.
More than 80,000 people in the country have died.
Another 33 million have had to file for unemployment benefits in seven weeks.
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