“We set a goal, and two weeks ago it was clear we weren’t going to make the goal,” says a Giuliani adviser.
That goal, according to other Giuliani staff, was a $20 million quarter.
“We set a goal that would keep up in line with the Democratic frontrunners,” said a Giuliani fundraiser on the West Coast. “We don’t care about the other Republicans. Mitt’s just going to cut himself another fat personal check, and Thompson and McCain aren’t revving their engines yet. It was all about us, and we didn’t meet our own goal, not even close.”
Gossip inside the Giuliani campaign put the fundraising number somewhere north of $10 million, which would still put him ahead of Romney and othersp>
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