If all the 63 million Americans who voted for President Trump donated, everyone would have to pay only $ 80 to reach the goal.
As of Friday, the campaign raised just over $ 20 million, but that's not all Kolfage hoped for.
The campaign, said GoFundMe, was designed to be all or nothing.
"When the campaign was created, the campaign organizer explicitly stated in the campaign page:" If we do not achieve our goal or come significantly closer, we will reimburse every single penny, "GoFundMe told CNN. "He also stated in the campaign page," 100% of your donations will go to the Trump Wall. If for any reason we will not achieve our goal, we will reimburse your donation. "
" It did not happen . This means that all donors will receive a reimbursement, "GoFundMe told CNN.
However, the campaign page was still in place at the start of Saturday and accepted donations, and it is unclear when it will be removed. GoFundMe said that it is up to the campaign organizer to determine when it will be closed.
Kolfage said he had determined that the federal government is not able to accept the money, so he intends to have a team to build a wall in private.
In place of the GoFundMe campaign, Kolfage founded a 501
But will honor the reimbursement, he said on the campaign, if donors choose not to move to the new platform.
"When I created this fundraising, I said that if we did not achieve our goal, we will reimburse donors and today I will honor that commitment. We will immediately reimburse your donation, unless you tell us to approve our new action plan, "Kolfage said.