Before President Trump's launch, the media echo chamber was jamming it with stories about how he was having trouble fundraising.
Now, Trump has raised nearly $25 million in under 24 hours.
By comparison, Biden touted his campaign launch by raising $6.3 million in 24 hours. He's currently bragging that he raised a little under $20 million.
That was back in April.
Trump raised more money in 24 hours than Joe Biden did in over a month.
As CNN puts it,
Joe Biden revealed Monday that his campaign may have raised nearly $20 million since the former vice president entered the 2020 race -- a figure that would surpass the amount raised by any of the Democratic presidential candidates in the first fundraising quarter.
He told attendees at a New York City fundraiser Monday evening that 360,000 donors have given to his campaign with an average contribution of $55, which would total $19.8 million.
Biden told his supporters they have "allowed me to be able to compete in a way that I've never been able to before. We've raised a great deal of money."
This is what a great deal of money actually looks like.
President Donald Trump raked in nearly $25 million in campaign contributions for his re-election effort in less than 24 hours, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee said Wednesday.
Meanwhile Bernie Sanders had also been touting his pathetic $6 million. As did Beto and Buttigieg.