The billionaire frontrunner, Donald Trump who has not spent large sums as part of his bid till date, said he will earmark $2 million a week for television advertising in the first three voting states.
Donald Trump has become famous within a short span of time for his controversial speeches remarking him as a racist and was criticized globally.
Many influencers have raised their voice against him, and ended up saying that his voice must be ignored which itself created so much hype that spending way far less than other rivals, he has managed to run in the race with the popularity among masses.
Donald Trump has said that he did not believe he needed to spend any money, he did not want to take anything for granted.
I don’t think I need to spend anything. And I’m very proud of the fact that I’ve spent the least and achieved the best result.
I feel I should spend. And honestly I don’t want to take any chances, he added.
The 69-year-old controversial figure playing his bid for the presidential post has spent nothing on television advertising so far, but more than $300,000 on radio advertising time which is still far less than his rivals.
Recently, there is an escalating feud between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton when he tweeted against Hillary Clinton on the remarks of sexist made by her.
If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband (Bill Clinton), with his terrible record of women abuse, while playing the women’s card on me, she’s wrong!, Trump said in a Tweet.
Hillary, when you complain about “a penchant for sexism,” who are you referring to. I have great respect for women. BE CAREFUL!, quoted the other tweet by Trump.
The majority of Trump’s campaign has been funded by donors across the country, sending him cheques or buying the merchandise from his website.
I’ll be spending a minimum of $2 million a week and perhaps substantially more than that, he said.
If somebody attacks me, I will attack them very much and very hard in terms of ads, he added.
The war to become the president of the United States is on the urge, and fueling the candidates in which ever way. The voting shall begin from 1st February ’16, and everybody’s eyes are on the results.
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