September 29th, 2007
08:20 AM ET
7 years ago

Thompson to show more than $7 million

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson will report raising more than $7 million in the third quarter, a source inside the campaign tells CNN Senior Political Analyst Gloria Borger.

Thompson is seeking the Republican presidential nomination. There are still three days for candidates to raise money in this fundraising period.


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  1. Debbie, Cinna, NJ

    Rudy will win the R nomination and the presidency and bring back something that has been missing for 6 years...COMMON SENSE AND COMPETENCY!! All of you Rudy haters that are scared of him because he will beat your candidate...don't be scared...the change in NYC before and after Rudy was nothing short of a miracle....You will really like the diffences President Guiliani will make!! He is the REAL law and order candidate...so don't be frightened....it will be all good....

    September 29, 2007 06:09 pm at 6:09 pm |
  2. EB Rideout

    Does that represent the box office proceeds from "Hunt for Fred (in) October"?

    This guy thought he was going to get a pass to the GOP ball –

    Sorry Fred, you ain't connecting with the right (pun intended) crackpots this time.

    Now back to your nap............

    September 29, 2007 07:03 pm at 7:03 pm |
  3. George, Upland,Ca

    thompson is simply a "MORON"

    September 29, 2007 08:04 pm at 8:04 pm |
  4. A. Chico Arecibo, Puerto Rico

    I can understand that, this being CNN, there will be a lot of hate against any republican candidate. But it is unbelievable to misrepresent Mr Thompson's character just to support Hillary Clinton. I have yet to see any important measure or law proposed by Sen Clinton that has benefited the American people. What can she offer America except a nasty disposition and the name Clinton to a presidential race? I would be glad not to see a Clinton or Bush in the ballot in November 2008. The time for real change is now and it will not come with old names in new elections.

    September 29, 2007 09:08 pm at 9:08 pm |
  5. Terry, El Paso, TX

    Some Republicans see Thompson as Reagan lite; not the real thing but the best we can come up with. He is like Reagan in that he is not smart enough to understand the implications of the policies he supports. Like Reagan, he ducks the tough questions and answers with a platitude. Like Reagan, he has a tough wife who knows her man's weaknesses and is willing to guide him.

    Unlike Reagan, he doesn't have the long history of speaking before live audiences for a decade. There is nothing like platform time to help you polish your act.

    It is not Giuliani and Romney that Thompson is being compared to but Reagan. Thompson is no Reagan and I predict that his polling numbers will go down the more he campaigns.

    September 30, 2007 10:36 am at 10:36 am |
  6. Steve, NY

    It's pretty clear that Fred Thompson is not the "great hope" the GOP was waiting for. Mike Huckabee is sounding more and more like that candidate. The conservative base should start to coalesce around him.

    October 1, 2007 09:29 am at 9:29 am |
  7. Frank Honolulu Hawaii

    Oh please make Fred your candidate Republicans. He represents the 'Stone Age' thinking that has got us to the bottom of the barrel of respect to the rest of the world. The more he says the worse it sounds. Fred for prez.

    October 2, 2007 01:33 am at 1:33 am |
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