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The presumptive Republican nominee must now make the case that he needs money, after months of boasting that he can pay his own way.
Trump's national finance chairman Steven Mnuchin said the campaign was "overwhelmed" by reaction to the first online fundraising appeal.
Since that initial email, the Trump campaign has sent at least four more solicitations, including one Sunday from chief strategist Paul Manafort touting the fundraising success of the week and urging supporters to keep up the momentum.
 the campaign switched domain names recently, tripping up spam filters, and Trump may be buying email lists of people who don't want to hear from him.
Trump's early pitches seem designed to tackle the problem of how it looks when a rich guy starts asking for money, Republican strategists said.
 if he says he now needs their money, they're more likely to trust that he does, said John Thompson, the digital director for Ted Cruz's Republican presidential campaign.
Sanders raised $6 million in 24 hours after winning the New Hampshire primary simply by declaring in a televised victory speech that he was "going to hold a fundraiser right here, right now, across America."
"If they really focus on it, they could raise $300 (million) or $400 million online," said Barry Bennett, a former Trump adviser who helped Ben Carson raise tens of millions of dollars online for his presidential bid.
BloombergClinton Hammers Trump Over Brexit Response in Ad, Decries 'Bombast'BloombergHillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, released a new national television ad on Sunday attacking likely Republican rival Donald Trump for his comments on the U. K's decision to leave the European Union, and later warned of the and more »