The GOP nominee is closing the money gap with Clinton, but he won't name the bundlers helping him do it.
As Donald Trump hustles to close the cash gap with Hillary Clinton, he is embarking on his most aggressive fundraising push yet — but his team is refusing to name the bundlers across the country who are helping grease an operation that raised a stronger-than-expected $80 million in July.
23:33 In a shift, prominent congressional Republicans in short supply at CPAC12
00:52 Conservatives welcome Trump with delight — and wariness21
15:52 Milo Yiannopoulos’s Trumpian rise shows how the GOP is stuck in opposition mode12
15:06 Hillary Clinton, Anti-Defamation League urge Trump to address JCC threats, anti-Semitism18