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Mega-Donor Drops Bomb: $100 Million Boost for Trump!

Republican donor Miriam Adelson has pledged to spend over $100 million on Donald Trump’s campaign to support his bid for the presidency. Adelson, the wife of the late billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a casino owner and political donor, gave $20 million to Trump in 2016.

Adelson, an Israeli-born doctor specializing in substance abuse, is set to revive the pro-Trump super PAC, Preserve America, which was initially formed in 2020. Her late husband, Sheldon Adelson, was the largest donor during Trump’s 2016 campaign and played a crucial role in moving the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.

In recent weeks, other billionaires have also pledged their support for Trump. Bill Ackman, founder of Pershing Square Capital Management, has been a vocal critic of antisemitism on American college campuses amid the rise of Gaza protests. Ackman is likely to endorse Trump in his election against Biden.

Politico initially reported on Adelson’s donation but speculated on the exact amount. Trump has praised her as a “wonderful woman who her husband loved greatly and, at the same time, respected for her great intelligence.” Her investment represents a significant boost for Trump following his conviction on Thursday.

After the trial, Trump raised millions in small-dollar donations, nearly reaching $35 million in just one day. Trump’s relationship with Miriam and her late husband goes back years; they had a prominent seat at Trump’s 2017 inauguration, and Trump awarded Miriam the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2018 for her work in medicine.

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