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Trump Is Either in Debt or Already Running for Re-Election

The fundraising email is from Trump's Make America Great Again Committee, a joint fundraising committee between Trump and the Republican National Committee



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    Republican president-elect Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech as his son Barron Trump and wife Melania Trump looks on during his election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016 in New York City.

    Despite Donald Trump's election victory, his campaign committee continues to seek money from supporters, calling into question the amount of debt the campaign racked up in the final days of the race, NBC News reported.

    An email to supporters with the subject line "Thank You," has a bright red "Contribute" button at the bottom of the email.

    Campaign finance law says a candidate can continue to raise money after Election Day to pay off any debts or to raise money for re-election.

    Debt is a possibility. At the end of the last fundraising report on Oct. 20, Trump had an uninspiring $16 million cash on hand and was also $2 million in debt.

    Trump Booed Leaving New York Times

    [NATL] Trump Booed Leaving New York Times
    President Elect Donald Trump is booed as he walks through the lobby of The New York Times Building after a 75-minute meeting with Times journalists. The lobby of the Times building is open to the public, and a large crowd had gathered by the time he departed.
    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016)