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Trump fundraising efforts intensify: Donald Trump Jr. takes center stage

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Donald Trump Jr. is set to be the main speaker at a fundraising event next month to support his father’s bid for the presidency in 2024. The event will take place on March 6 and is organized by prominent Republican lobbyist Jeff Miller. Ticket prices for this event range from $1,000 to $10,000 per person.

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The fundraiser is expected to draw a number of significant Republican figures, including leaders from both the Senate and the House, and committee chairs who have publicly supported former President Trump. Notably, the guest list includes Speaker Mike Johnson, House Majority Whip Tom Emmer, and House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik. Senate figures such as Republican Conference Chair John Barrasso and Senator Steve Daines, who heads the Senate GOP campaign committee, are also scheduled to attend.

Other invitees include Senator Tim Scott, Senator Katie Britt, Senator JD Vance, Representative Jim Banks, Representative Jim Jordan, Representative Kelly Armstrong, and Representative Max Miller. Tim Scott and Elise Stefanik are considered potential vice-presidential picks for Trump if he secures the Republican nomination. JD Vance and Katie Britt are also being talked about as possible candidates for the vice presidency.

This fundraising event is particularly crucial as recent financial reports reveal that Trump’s political operations have been strained by high legal expenses. According to federal election records, about $29 million was spent on legal fees and consultations in the last six months of the previous year by Trump’s various political committees. This expenditure contributed to a total of approximately $50 million in legal costs for 2023.

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Moreover, Trump’s campaign reported that it raised $19 million in the last quarter of 2023, ending the year with $33 million, which is a decrease of about $4 million from the previous quarter.

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