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Campaign Recap: Williamson Left Out, President Trump Tops $100M in Funding

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CAMPAIGN TRAIL - A new photograph for Vogue features five female presidential candidates, noticeably leaving out Marianne Williamson.

The photo shoot, shot by Annie Leibovitz, was supposed to be about the historic number of women running for president, spiritual adviser and activist Marianne Williamson was noticeably left in the shadows. The democratic candidate says she had no idea about the shoot until she saw it online with everyone else.

"I just saw it online like everybody else did. Saw a lot of people tweeting about it. No. Nobody talked to me," said Williamson. 

Williamson supporters criticized the move. Vogue responded saying the photos highlight the field of women running for President that are already in Congress.

President Donald Trump's re-election campaign has raised more than $100 million in the second quarter. President Trump and his committees raised $54 million while the Republic National Committee raised $51 million.

By comparison in 2011, during the same period, Barack Obama's re-election campaign raised $47 million and the Democratic National Committee bright in $38 million, totaling $85 million.

According to the New York Times, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders raised $18 million in the past three months. That's less than the $24.8 million Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana raised in the latest quarter.

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