Donald Trump said Wednesday that he doesn't plan to self-fund his entire general election campaign.
"I'll be putting up money, but won't be completely self-funding," the presumptive GOP nominee said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.
Trump said he would help raise money for both his White House bid and the Republican National Committee (RNC) so that he has the resources to compete with Hillary Clinton if she wins the Democratic nomination, the report said.
The billionaire businessman, who largely self-funded his primary election campaign, has set up a joint fundraising committee with the RNC, the report said, which will allow him to raise money for both the Republican party and his campaign. An aide told The Wall Street Journal that Trump plans to actively help the GOP and other candidates with fundraising online, at events and through the mail.
According to the report, Trump lent his campaign $36 million of the $47 million he spent on his primary bid through March while the rest came from small contributions. Trump raised about $12 million through donations, which were usually about $200 or less, the report said.
Trump also elaborated on his plan to fundraise for the party in an interview Wednesday with MSNBC.
"I really won't be asking for money for myself," Trump said. "I'll be asking money for the party. And really, it's something that we're going to start on right away."
He also said he plans to decide in the next week whether he would allow super PACs to fuel his general election campaign.