NOTABLES –TRUMP TO DELIVER ‘BIG SPEECH’: Donald Trump is scheduled to deliver a speech in New York City today attacking Hillary Clinton. It will be a “big speech” to “discuss the failed policies and bad judgment of Crooked Hillary Clinton,” the presumptive Republican nominee tweeted yesterday. ABC’s JOHN SANTUCCI and CANDACE SMITH also note he’s also expected to attack former president Bill Clinton. http://abcn.ws/28LFnGm –TRUMP TELLS DAVID MUIR HE’S ‘VERY HAPPY’ TO SELF-FUND’: Trump said yesterday that he is willing to spend tens of millions of dollars of his own fortune to self-fund his presidential campaign during the general election. “As far as I’m concerned I’d be very happy to continue to self-fund,” Trump said in an interview at Trump Tower with ABC News “World News Tonight” anchor DAVID MUIR. ABC’s MICHAEL FALCONE and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI report campaign finance reports released overnight show that Trump raised $3.1 million in May — $2.2 million of which he loaned…
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The Note: Money Matters
NOTABLES –CLINTON CLOBBERS TRUMP IN FUNDRAISING: Donald Trump was considerably out-fundraised by opponent Hillary Clinton last month as he kicked off his general election campaign, ABC’s ALANA ABRAMSON and CHRIS GOOD note. Financial disclosure documents show Hillary Clinton raised $19.7 million in May, although her campaign said she had raised millions more through a joint effort with the Democratic National Committee — a separate venture that was not required to disclose its May totals by the same deadline. Clinton has $42 million in cash on hand. Trump’s fundraising efforts brought in $3.1 million in May, according to new financial disclosure reports, while the candidate loaned his own campaign $2.2 million. Trump has approximately $1.3 million in cash on hand. The Republican National Committee took in about $13 million last month, on par with what it raised in April, before the Republican party had a presumptive nominee. http://abcn.ws/28Ptps5 –NOT-SO-FUN FACT FOR TRUMP…
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