Hillary Clinton raised more than $40 million for her presidential battle in June 2016, a sound total as the possible Democratic chosen one tries to keep up her staggering gathering pledges and hierarchical favorable position against Donald J. Trump. The Clinton crusade said Friday that it was starting July with more than $44 million in real money close by, as it begins to promote intensely in battleground states trying to characterize the race against Mr. Trump, who has not tested Mrs. Clinton on the wireless transmissions.
He started June with just $1.3 million money close by and has centered as of late on adding to his coffers.Mrs. Clinton additionally raised about $28 million for the Democratic National Committee and state parties, her crusade said.
"Our first month of general race raising support turned out to be the best of the crusade," Robby Mook, Mrs. Clinton's battle director, said in an announcement. "Because of the proceeded with backing of about 1.6 million individuals, we have possessed the capacity to help Democrats work out an arranging framework the nation over that will assemble a huge number of voters and choose dynamic hopefuls here and there the tally."