Trailing in polls, Trump boosts campaign spending

Federal election filings show the Trump campaign laid out $50 million last month, about twice as much as the month before. The Democratic former vice president, in contrast, spent considerably less: $37 million. A big chunk of that went to digital ads, where Biden’s spending rose almost a hundred-fold, from about $175,000 in May up to nearly $17 million in June.

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