Fox News’ Stacey Dash lets everyone know if she’s all aboard the Trump train–in a big way

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Stacey Dash has put her money where her mouth is.

The “Clueless” star is among the financial backers of the pro-Donald Trump Super PAC named the Great America PAC.

“The nomination process is over and regardless of other candidates one may have supported in the primary, it’s critical for the leaders in the country who believe in free markets to step up and rally behind Donald Trump and Great America PAC,” Stanley Hubbard, who is a co-chair of the PAC, said in a press release. “With our expanding list of supporters, we will have the financial resources to help Donald Trump win a billion-dollar campaign. For the sake of our children and grandchildren, Hillary Clinton must not be allowed to take our nation in a dangerous direction.”

Others in the group include Hubbard’s fellow co-chair Doug Lebda who founded the Lending Tree and Dale Dykema, the founder of TD Financial Services.

The PAC did not say how much each person donated but did claim to have raised $2 million from 30,000 donors so far, USA Today reported.

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