Trump to hold Hamptons fundraisers; top ticket is $250K: report

Trump to hold Hamptons fundraisers; top ticket is $250K: report
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President TrumpDonald John TrumpPence: It's not a "foregone conclusion" that lawmakers impeach Trump FBI identifies Pensacola shooter as Saudi Royal Saudi Air Force second lieutenant Trump calls Warren 'Pocahontas,' knocks wealth tax MORE will headline two campaign fundraisers on Friday in the Hamptons on Long Island, where wealthy campaign contributors will pay up to $250,000 for invitations to a private roundtable with Trump.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday that invitations to the events, which are set to be hosted at the homes of two New York real estate developers, one of whom owns the Miami Dolphins, indicated that guests at the first event would be able to donate $250,000 for the opportunity to have a private discussion with the president.


A smaller package for the Friday luncheon going for $100,000 includes lunch and a photo-op with the president, according to the Post.

The money raised at Friday's events will go toward Trump Victory, a fundraising committee for the  Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Trump 2020 campaign.

Several top members of the administration and allies of the president are slated to be in attendance as well, according to the Post: Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGOP senators request interview with former DNC contractor to probe possible Ukraine ties GOP senator blocks Armenian genocide resolution Hannity slams Stern for Clinton interview: 'Not the guy I grew up listening to' MORE (R-S.C.), Rep. Lee ZeldinLee ZeldinHouse approves two-state resolution in implicit rebuke of Trump House moves ahead on long-stalled resolution supporting two states for Israelis and Palestinians GOP lawmakers, Trump campaign rip 'liberal law professors' testifying in impeachment hearing MORE (R-N.Y.), RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinWorld Bank approves billion-plus annual China lending plan despite US objections On The Money: Congress races to beat deadline on shutdown | Trump asks Supreme Court to shield financial records from House Democrats | House passes bill to explicitly ban insider trading Hillicon Valley: Pelosi works to remove legal protections for tech companies from USMCA | Treasury sanctions Russian group over 0 million hack | Facebook sues Chinese individuals for ad fraud | Huawei takes legal action against FCC MORE and members of the Trump family.

The Trump campaign did not immediately return a request for comment on the fundraiser from The Hill.

The president bashed Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDemocrats battle for Hollywood's cash The House Judiciary Committee's fundamental choice Sanders, Omar to hit campaign trail in New Hampshire MORE and other rivals in 2016 for relying on large campaign contributions and super PACs for donations and largely self-funded his 2016 campaign for president.