Pence attends fundraiser in Wisconsin
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Vice President Pence was slated to attend a fundraiser in Wisconsin on Thursday evening after visiting with Gov. Scott Walker (R) to discuss tax reform.

Pence arrived at a hotel in downtown Milwaukee for the fundraiser, according to White House pool reports.

The event benefits the Trump Victory fund, a joint committee benefiting President Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee, The Associated Press reported.


It cost $2,700 per person to attend the event and couples had the option of dining with the vice president for $35,000, the AP reported, citing an invitation it obtained.

The vice president joined Walker and several local leaders earlier on Thursday for a talk on tax reform, one day after President Trump and GOP lawmakers unveiled a major tax-reform plan.

Pence met with "local business leaders, community officials, and Wisconsin families to discuss the need for tax reform in the United States," the White House said in a statement.