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|Type||Political action committee|
|Affiliations||Donald J. Trump, Republican National Committee|
The Trump Victory Committee was a joint fundraising committee for Donald J. Trump for President (the Donald Trump presidential campaign organization), the Republican National Committee (RNC), and 11 state Republican committees.
The Committee's first fundraising dinners were held on May 24, 2016 in Albuquerque and May 25, 2016 in Los Angeles.
Trump's 2020 reelection campaign merged with the RNC into a single "Trump Victory" entity, sharing office space. By tying Trump's reelection campaign to the RNC, it unified 2020 Republican Party presidential campaign.
The fund is nominally headed by Reince Priebus and led by RNC finance chair Lew Eisenberg and Trump campaign finance chair Steve Mnuchin.Its vice chairs were:
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