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Trump to raise $15M for re-elect in California trip

In this April 5, 2019, file photo, the presidential limousine of President Donald Trump is parked on a hill in front of a private residence in Beverly Hills, Calif., as he meets with supporters during a fundraiser. Trump is set to raise more than $15 million this week during a two-day California fundraising swing. (Jacquelyn Martin / AP)
In this April 5, 2019, file photo, the presidential limousine of President Donald Trump is parked on a hill in front of a private residence in Beverly Hills, Calif., as he meets with supporters during a fundraiser. Trump is set to raise more than $15 million this week during a two-day California fundraising swing. (Jacquelyn Martin / AP)
By Zeke Miller Associated Press

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is set to raise more than $15 million this week during a two-day California fundraising swing.

A Republican official familiar with the plans says Trump will raise $3 million Tuesday at a lunch in the Bay Area and $5 million at a dinner that evening in Beverly Hills at the home of real estate developer Geoffrey Palmer.

On Wednesday, Trump is set to take in $3 million at a Los Angeles breakfast and a further $4 million during a San Diego lunch.

The fundraisers will benefit Trump Victory, the joint entity that funds the president’s re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee.

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