Beach Chaos: Trump Draws Huge Crowds

Large groups of boaters and Trump supporters welcomed former President Donald Trump when he visited the incredibly blue state of California.

According to CBS News, health insurance entrepreneur John Word and his wife Kimberly organized a rally in Newport Beach, California, on Saturday.

According to reports, the cost of a ticket for the lunch reception was $3,300, and a couple’s ticket was $6,600. It was $35,000. Or you could raise $75,000. For a photo opportunity, According to the Republican Party of Orange County website, it was $100,000 per person for members of the roundtable host committee.

The Trump campaign’s deputy director of communications, Margo Martin, uploaded a video on X in which the president waves to a number of Newport Beach boats that are honking and cheering for him.

Both the Trump and American flags were flying from a number of Newport Beach-based vessels.

Large crowds of Trump fans lined the streets with both American and Trump flags as the former president passed by on his way to the event.

The video on X appears to depict the Trump fan base in Newport Beach, which has been present for several blocks.

The fundraiser is taking place at the Word family’s Newport Beach home, where the former president has been campaigning for the past few days. At a benefit at Silicon Valley businessman David Sacks’ house on Thursday, Trump raised $12 million.

Additionally, according to KTLA5, Trump had a fundraiser on Friday in Beverly Hills at the residence of Lee Samson, a Republican National Committee member and board member of the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC).

Trump’s trip to California coincides with his conviction on 34 counts of first-degree falsification of business documents pertaining to payments made to adult entertainment star Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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