New group comes out in support of Donald Trump, promising to funnel money to the campaign AP
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters and bikers at a Rolling Thunder rally at the National Mall in Washington, Sunday, May 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Since Donald Trump became the likely Republican presidential nominee, a group has come out in an effort to fundraise for him.

“Crippled America,” the group which holds the same name as a book Trump published in November of 2015 called “Crippled America: How to Make America Great Again,” is fundraising for Trump.

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“Donald J. Trump is now fundraising for his campaign and the RNC has begun as well. The staff at Crippled America all had a front row seat seeing the massive groundswell of Trump supporters at rallies around the country,” the group said in a statement sent to the press.

The group says it is not endorsed by Trump and will spend the money raised on hiring field staff to campaign for Trump for the general election.

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Yasmeen Alamiri is a political reporter for Rare. Follow her on Twitter @Yalamiri
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