A report Wednesday shows that Hillary Clinton is out-spending Donald Trump by a wide-margin when it comes to television and radio advertisements, as the Trump campaign has yet to spend a dime.
The Clinton campaign has spent $19 million on general election advertising so far. An additional $26 million has been spent by pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA, NBC reports. The only money being spent on advertising in support of Trump has been from the National Rifle Association and pro-Trump super PAC Rebuilding America Now.
The NRA has spent $1.5 million so far and Rebuilding America Now has spent $1.3 million.
This comes out to pro-Clinton efforts spending $42.2 million more on advertising than pro-Trump efforts. In other words, pro-Clinton forces have outspent the pro-Trump forces by more than 1600 percent.