President Donald Trump will resume live fundraising events this month – hosting two big-dollar events as he moves to resume a campaign season that has been suspended by the Corona virus epidemic.
On June 11, Trump officially told The Post that Trump would fly to his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club for a June 13 event at a private home in Dallas, Texas.
Admission to the Dallas fundraiser costs $ 580,600 per couple, and $ 250,000 for each participant in the New Jersey event. All proceeds will go to the Trump victory, the Joint Fundraising Committee of the Trump Reelection Campaign, the Republican National Committee and state parties.
The third event is reportedly taking place in Florida on the weekend of July 4, According to Bloomberg.
Twenty-five people are expected to attend the campaign’s official posting to The Post, and event coordinators are taking comprehensive safety precautions to ensure that social cohesion is noticed.
Those attending the event will be evaluated by the White House Medical Division and the Secret Service. On the day of the event, they must test for the virus, as well as complete a health questionnaire and pass a temperature test.
The presidential contender, Democrat candidate Joe Biden, declared in an early rally that the indefinite postponement of individuals’ fundraising events was because the epidemic forced Americans to self-isolate.
Since then, the former Vice President has taken steps to host virtual fundraisers for donors using methods such as conference calls and video events.
Despite throwing a wrench in regular general election campaigns, Biden has defended the rest of his life amid the epidemic.
Last week, the President’s confidante shouted at Trump and his GOP allies after being mocked for weeks for watching social distractions and being locked up in his Delaware home.
“All of these things about Biden’s closet, you know, the truth of the matter is, it works well so far, and rules,” he told CNN last Tuesday.
“He’s behind every state,” he continued, recognizing that the numbers could change between now and the November elections.
Biden cites his climbing referendum numbers, which have recently projected him at national and major swing states higher than Trump.
Since making those comments, the 77-year-old Democrat has made three public appearances, most recently assessing the damage and speaking with voters in Wilmington, Delaware, after a night of protests and riots in response to George Floyd’s murder.
A Biden campaign spokesman did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment on his personal fundraising plans.