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June financial reports to the Federal Election Commission are due late Wednesday.
Donald Trump's campaign says it is raising more money now, but it will soon report how it is spending its cash.
Foster Friess, GOP Super Donor Trump Supporter, talks about why he likes Donald Trump and what a Trump presidency could be like.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports from Cleveland, Ohio on the money behind the Republican National Convention.
Donald Trump repeatedly asked donors for funding only to be turned down, according to Buzzfeed News.
Hedge fund manager Steve Mnuchin helped Donald Trump raise more than $50 million for his campaign in the last month.
Donald Trump's campaign committee took in $26 million, largely through email donation requests.
CNBC's John Harwood reports that the Trump campaign announced today it has raised $51 million since the last week of May.
Hillary Clinton and her allies are outspending Donald Trump and the groups supporting him by a 15-to-1 margin. NBC News reports.
The Federal Election Commission explains who pays when President Obama hits the campaign trail.
Experts say the unusual tax filing practices by Donald Trump's campaign staffers raise red flags.
The FEC has posted no record of Donald Trump converting his loans to donations, despite Trump saying he would. NBC News reports.
Silicon Valley loves Hillary Clinton. Or at least they like her a lot more than they like Donald Trump, Recode reports.
Trump national finance chairman Steve Mnuchin also tells CNBC that fundraising efforts have kicked into high gear.
Donald Trump's campaign did not spend much in May. But a good chunk of what it did spend went to Trump companies.
Donald Trump's presidential campaign turned some heads this week on news that it used a seemingly "Mad Men"-inspired entity for advertising work.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's fundraising is falling short of his Democratic rival.
The presumptive GOP nominee says much of the money he's been raising is going to the Republican Party.
The conservative candidate for president could see fundraising impacted if boldface names in New York hold out.
The billionaire businessman believes the presumptive Republican nominee will have to 'grovel' to donors.