And that's coming straight from the horses mouth. According to The Washington Post, it has been announced that Donald Trump "has decided both politically and professionally" to destroy the remaining records from his fundraising campaigns during the general election that took place last year. The fundraising had occurred to at the time, uh, fund what would become Donald Trump 's inaugural fund.
Of course, there was no cap. Per documents, here's a round up of notable names that did indeed donate.Sheldon Adelson gave $5 million, Boeing and Kraft Group each gave $1 million, Quicken Loans donated $750,000, and Microsoft and Citgo Petroleum each gave $500,000