President Trump will host his first reelection fundraiser June 28 at his Washington, D.C. hotel, The Associated Press reported Wednesday.
Trump campaign director Michael Glassner told the AP that the Trump International Hotel is a premier and convenient choice.
Invitees are asked to donate $35,000 to the Trump Victory fund for the event. Invitations were previously sent without the location attached.
Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel and the RNC's finance chairman, Steve Wynn, will also be attending.
Trump’s reelection campaign officially launched on Inauguration Day when he filed with the Federal Election Commission.
Trump’s D.C. hotel, located blocks from the White House, has been the target of many critics. Protestors have projected the Constitution’s emoluments clause onto the side of the building. Maryland and D.C. also sued Trump for his tax returns over foreign payments to the hotel earlier this month.
Senior White House aide Omarosa Manigault was also married at the hotel in April.