A photo with the ex-US President? No problem – if you have $50,000 left over. Trump promotes the Midterms, but even more so for himself.
Palm Beach – If you want a photographic reminder of an encounter with Donald Trump, you have to dig deep into your pocket. However, an opportunity to do so is right around the corner. On February 23, the Republican is hosting the “Take Back Congress Candidate Forum” at his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, like the British one, among others Guardians reported. The extensive price list is already public.
Actually, the event is supposed to be about the upcoming Midterms 2022 – the chances of winning back the majority in the US Congress are good for the Republican Party*. But support for Republican candidates is only superficially important in Mar-a-Lago. Because the linchpin is still Donald Trump*.
If you want a photo with Donald Trump, you have to pay – ex-US President fleeces his fans
Insights can be obtained on the Twitter profile of the New York Times-Journalist Maggie Haberman, who tweeted the Trump event price list. The event will not be a bargain – rather the opposite. The most expensive offer is $250,000 per couple or $125,000 per person. In return, you get a photo with “President Trump”, a joint dinner, VIP seats at the “Take Back Congress Candidate Forum” and the option, of course with additional costs, to spend the night in his home Mar-a-Lago.
If you have less money in your pocket – but still enough – you can still afford a photo with Trump for 50,000 US dollars per person, and there is no need for dinner together. Below 50,000 US dollars is the end. Because for 25,000 US dollars there is only one photo with Republican candidates for the US Congress.
Donald Trump: Ex-US President promotes midterms – but money flows into his own pocket
It’s also interesting to see where the money is going. To the Guardians according to namely directly into a Super-Pac by Donald Trump, a political platform for collecting donations. In contrast to the “Political Action Committee” (Pac), these so-called Super-Pacs are allowed to collect and spend donations without a limit. They therefore play a central role in the US election campaign. In this case, that means that even if the event is officially planned to support the Republican candidates of the Midterms, the money, right, goes directly into Donald Trump’s pockets.
New York Times-Author Haberman puts it this way in her tweet: Donald Trump “so far has spent almost no money on other Republicans. But he’s trying to raise money for his group with congressional Republicans.” The ex-US president continues to have a firm grip on his party. (aka)
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