Trump threatens to blacklist Haley’s donors
Trump wrote on Social truth And that anyone who contributes to Haley’s campaign “from now on, will be permanently banned from entering the MAGA camp.”
He added, “We do not want them and will not accept them.”
Trump’s post did not specify whether he was referring only to donations to Haley’s campaign or whether the warning extended to any donations made to a pro-Haley political action committee.
Haley responded with a Post to X And inviting people to donate to run for her candidacy.
“Well in that case… donate here. Let’s go!” Haley wrote alongside a link to the fundraising website.
The Trump and Haley campaigns did not immediately respond to requests for further comment.
NBC News confirmed that Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, It will be in New York City Monday and Tuesday at several fundraisers on Wall Street, according to two campaign sources.
Haley, who has pledged to stay in the race, touted her fundraising numbers since Trump’s expected victory in New Hampshire, saying on Wednesday that she had collected donations. 1 million dollars in the 24 hours following the New Hampshire primary, a number her campaign repeated. NBC News could not independently verify this claim, because the Federal Election Commission has not yet released data for that period.
Trump’s campaign ended Third quarter For 2023 with more than 37 million dollars in hand, while Haley’s campaign ended the quarter with more than 11 million dollars, according to FEC filings. The third quarter extended from July to September.
This article was originally published on NBCNews.com