Trump Pulls It Off – He REALLY Did It!

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According to people Axios spoke with, former president Trump is expected to raise $43 million at a Palm Beach fundraiser, which many Republican contributors regard as the beginning of the general election campaign.

Axios stated that whereas President Biden’s star-studded gala at Radio City Music Hall raised $26 million, Trump’s collection is expected to significantly surpass that sum.

According to the publication, which cited event brochures, Trump’s “Inaugural Leadership Dinner,” headed by hedge-fund billionaire John Paulson, tops out at a “Chairman level” of $824,600 and includes “dinner seating at President Trump’s table.”

Melania Trump will be in attendance, along with three of her previous primary rivals: Doug Burgum, the governor of North Dakota, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC).

“This event is greatly exceeding expectations and shows the Republican Party is united behind President Trump,” a person familiar with the event told Axios.

According to insider sources, Trump personally called each of the billionaires to reach the astounding figure, which was then reached through “peer-to-peer asks” that involved direct talks between billionaires and a persuasive speech on the electoral landscape from campaign co-manager Susie Wiles.

A source claims that the Palm Beach invitation’s description of the Trump fundraising arrangement specifies that a sizeable amount of the event’s earnings will go to Trump’s political PAC. The former president’s legal costs have been paid for by the PAC. The agreement also highlights the PAC’s superiority over the Republican National Committee.

Last week, Biden went to New York City for a multimillion-dollar, celebrity-filled fundraiser alongside former Presidents Obama and Clinton. Meanwhile, Trump was present at the wake for NYPD Detective Jonathan Diller, who was shot and murdered during a routine traffic stop by a career offender. The parallel incidents gave Biden’s detractors further fodder—some sources claim he had not even been in touch with Diller’s wife and family to offer his condolences at the time.

“Biden does a fancy NYC fundraiser amid chaotic left-wing street protests–looks like limousine liberalism plus the breakdown of law and order. And Trump attends the wake of a slain NYPD police officer on Long Island,” former conservative magazine publisher William Kristol wrote on the X platform. He also called it an “unfortunate day politically for the Democrats.”

In a striking show of solidarity on Saturday, thousands of New York City police officers lined the streets close to the St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church to bid the 31-year-old man farewell.

A career criminal with multiple past offenses, including nine felony counts, shot and murdered Diller during a routine traffic check in Queens last week. The funeral procession was preceded by a line of uniformed NYPD officers, as captured in photographs and video from the event.

Diller leaves behind a young wife and a one-year-old son.


Detective First Grade was the posthumous promotion awarded to Officer Diller. He was given shield No. 110 by NYPD Commissioner Edward Caban, which is a metaphor for his son’s birthdate.



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