More than 16,000 people have pledged donations to the campaign created Sunday, by a “fundraising team” in Miramar, Florida. Its initial goal of $200 million has been bumped to $1 billion.
On Tuesday, White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, revealed the administration is exploring “different” sources to pay for his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Trump has demanded $5 billion to pay for the border wall he promised to build during his campaign, according to reports.
Kolfage, a staunch supporter of the Trump presidency, believes the crowdfunding campaign can reach its goal if the 63 million people who voted for President Trump contributes.