He raised $82 million in the first half of 2021 – and is now sitting on a $102 million war chest as he tries to overthrow Republicans he deems 'RINOs' and place himself for a possible presidential run in 2024.
With Giuliani facing legal troubles that the former New York mayor says could land him in prison, his allies are eyeing Trump's haul as a possible lifeline.
Giuliani made no doubt that he is at least contemplating bad outcomes on the legal front, notwithstanding denying all the charges against him.
'I mean, I'm more than willing to go to jail if they want to put me in jail. And if they do, they're going to suffer the consequences in heaven, I'm not,' Giuliani stated. 'I didn't do anything wrong,' he went on.
According to WinRed, the GOP's main contribution site, Trump has raised far more money than any other Republican. He has likewise exceeded each of the party's main three fundraising arms in donations.
Trump's announcement on his latest funding haul referenced many of the allegations of a 'stolen' election that Giuliani forwarded on the legal front, although a series of courts rejected 'Kraken' lawsuits with similar claims, and Congress counted the electoral votes certified by states that made Joe Biden president.
'Bringing the truth about the Rigged and Stolen 2020 election to light is critical to restoring faith in our election process and our country itself,' Trump announced in his statement on the massive fundraising. 'On behalf of the millions of men and women who share my outrage and want me to continue to fight for the truth, I am grateful for your support.'