Donald Trump has announced he is planning to spend $2 million a week on campaign advertising.
The Republican presidential hopeful said he would bring out “substantial” adverts in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina ahead of primary elections in February.
Donald Trump, a property tycoon, has previously said that he is funding his campaign himself and wouldn’t be in the pocket of lobbyists or powerful corporate entities. He has also insisted that he has spent very little on his campaign so far, and yet is the frontrunner.
“I’ll be spending a minimum of $2 million a week and perhaps substantially more,” Donald Trump said in a video broadcast on CNN.
“I’m going to be doing big ads in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and they’re going to be very substantial.”
Donald Trump’s campaign so far has been marked by a series of controversial statements.
The billionaire, who has no political experience, leads the polls nationally among Republican voters, and is also ahead in some key states.
The primary contests begin at the start of February and the presidential election is in November.