Finance reports show that the president’s fund-raising committees raised $68 million in the past three months, more than one-third of which came from small donors.
President Trump, declaring he does not “have a RACIST bone” in his body, tried to rally House Republicans to vote against a resolution labeling his comments racist.
Second-quarter totals show a lower tier of candidates burning through cash trying to stay viable, while the leaders banked millions. Elizabeth Warren now has more than 300 people on her payroll.
While both candidates are firmly in the Democratic primary’s top tier, liberal activists aren’t convinced they are committed to widespread change.
Mr. Trump’s instruction for four congresswomen to “go back” to their countries was a cutting reminder for those who have heard different versions of the slur before.
Donald J. Trump was stung by criticism from evangelicals for referring to Second Corinthians as “Two Corinthians,” and is said to have used an epithet to describe them.
Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, called the move a victory for communities in the West.
The Treasury secretary raised concerns about cryptocurrencies, including Facebook’s Libra, saying they could be used to fund illicit activities.
Mr. O’Rourke, who had entered the race with the promise of being a financial powerhouse, raised only a fraction of the front-runners: $3.6 million.
Only 16 votes separate the top two candidates in the race, which has national implications.