US President Donald Trump has raised over $240 million in September for his reelection campaign for the upcoming presidential election on Nov. 3, according to his campaign manager.
The Republican president raised $247.8 million in total last month through campaign donations, joint committees and the Republican National Convention, Tim Murtaugh said Thursday on Twitter.
Trump also has $251.4 million cash on hand, Murtaugh added.
"President Trump hits final stretch with strength, resources, record & huge ground game needed to spread message and secure re-election," he wrote.
Although the president managed to raise over $37 million more than $210 million he did in August, he was still approximately $135 million short compared to his Democratic opponent Joe Biden last month.
The former Vice President Biden raised $383 million in September, a new record for a US campaign in history for the second month in a row.
Trump, also, is still behind on national polls by 11 points, 43% to 54%, against Biden, according to NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll released on Thursday.
The former businessman had won 46% of votes nationwide in 2016 presidential election, which was enough for a victory in gaining key states to win the Electoral College.