BEVERLY HILLS—President Trump arrived in Beverly Hills on Tuesday, September 17 to raise reelection funds estimating $15 million over the next several days across four California cities.
Tickets to the fundraiser reportedly were $1,000 for individuals and up to $100,000 for couples which may include a photo with the president. The event was hosted at Los Angeles Real Estate Developer Geoffrey Palmer’s mansion in Beverly Hills.
Prior to Trump’s arrival some streets were temporarily shut down or slowed on Mulholland Drive as police officers quelled and redirected traffic for several hours Tuesday during the day and evening.
According to reports the president is scheduled to visit other areas in California including Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. Each city is estimated to raise $3 million to $5 million over dinners and brunches, for his 2020 campaign coffer and the GOP (Grand Old Party) also referred to as Republican National Committee.
Some protesting took place in Beverly Hills on Tuesday expressing support for the presidents visit and against his appearance in the city for campaign fundraising. Police were present at the scene.
Trump recently visit Albuquerque, New Mexico Monday night prior to his arrival in California Tuesday morning.