Donald Trump has filled his administration with the wealthy and powerful after campaigning on a platform to empower the forgotten.
The president-elect's campaign used Trump's hotels for lodging, golf clubs for events and air carrier for travel from Oct. 20 to Nov. 28.
Donald Trump's campaign spent less compared to Hillary Clinton during the final month of the race.
About $1.05 million was spent per Trump electoral vote, versus about $2.43 million spent per Clinton electoral vote.
Donald Trump spent $94.5 million from Oct. 28 to Nov. 28, while Hillary Clinton spent $131.8 million in the same period
Sheldon Adelson, Paul Singer and Steve Schwarzman all gave multimillion dollar donations to the PAC.
BOSTON, Nov 29- Pershing Square Capital Management, the hedge fund firm run by billionaire William Ackman, wants to be exempted from possibly having to return millions of dollars in fees after a former employee donated $500 to a family friend's political campaign. In an application made public on Tuesday, Pershing Square detailed the 2013 contribution by a...
NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, Nov 15- President-elect Donald Trump shuffled his transition team again on Tuesday, jettisoning a national security expert and lobbyists from his inner circle as he closed in on naming two loyal Wall Street backers to key economic positions. At the top of his list for senior economic positions are campaign finance chair and Wall Street...
Donald Trump's campaign committee sent an email to supporters, asking for contributions.
President-elect Donald Trump spent almost 50% less than Hillary Clinton during the campaign to the White House.
Donald Trump's campaign spent close to $240-million through mid-October, which was about half of what the Clinton campaign spent.
Trump spent more than $859,538 per electoral vote in his favor, Clinton $2.07 million.
Donald Trump still has $44-million left to give to his campaign to reach his goal of spending at least $100-million by election day.
Hillary Clinton holds close to four times more money in campaign cash than her rival Donald Trump.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once again vows to spend at least $100-million on his campaign by election day.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa speaks to Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz about his political donations and his views on the 2016 election, from The Information SF Subscriber Summit.
CNBC's Kate Kelly tallies the numbers on political donations in September
Donald Trump and the GOP got a boost in the third quarter from business notables, including some advisors to the Trump campaign.
Hollywood and investing giants chipped in cash to Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party in the third quarter.
Federal campaign finance records show only a dozen out of roughly 22,450 employees donated more than $200.