Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump often boasts about his wealth, but he may end up with a money problem ahead of November's general election.
Trump loaned his campaign most of its cash for the GOP primary, which he all but won last week when his last remaining rivals suspended their campaigns. But facing higher spending demands in a likely contest with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the billionaire businessman has started to set up a more traditional fundraising organization.
Trump faces a tough task in quickly establishing a fundraising structure and securing the support of deep-pocketed Republican donors.
"I believe it's going to be hard. He's starting at a substantial organizational disadvantage to Hillary Clinton," said Michael Malbin, executive director of the nonpartisan Campaign Finance Institute.