Fundraising Legend Trump Set To Raise $15 Million From June Vegas Fundraiser

Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is set to raise $15 million from a June 8 fundraiser hosted by retired Nevada businessman George Harris on behalf of the Save America PAC, the Republican National Committee, the Trump 47 Committee, and more. The event is co-hosted by Ahern Rentals chief executive Don Ahern, Ahern Luxury Boutique Hotel president Shane McFarland, and president of the Nevada Republican Club Pauline Lee. Harris told the National Review that they have raised over $4 million of their $15 million goal so far. "It's like the Democrats jumped off the stupid tree and hit every branch on the way down," Harris told the National Review.

The event plans to host 1,200 guests at the Ahern Hotel and 160 guests for a private dinner upstairs. The special guests for the event include Trump, country singer Lee Greenwood, and Dr. Jeffrey Gunter, Trump's former ambassador to Iceland and current Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in Nevada. In December 2023, Trump continued his streak of setting records at venue after venue while he visited thousands of his supporters in Reno, Nevada. Trump spoke at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, which has a maximum capacity of 19,100 people. Photos and videos of Trump's massive turnout show the ballroom filled from wall to wall. Trump's event was dubbed the "Commit to Caucus" because Nevada Republicans have two nominating contents, the February 6 state-mandated presidential preference primary and the February 8 Nevada GOP Caucus.

"I'm thrilled to be back in your state with THOUSANDS of proud, hardworking American patriots – that's what you are," Trump said. "It's no wonder crooked Joe and the far-left lunatics are desperate to stop us by any means necessary. They're willing to violate the U.S. Constitution at levels never seen before in order to win. They're dirty players. They play dirty. They weaponize justice. There are a bunch of dirty players," Trump said. "Joe Biden is a threat to democracy. They're weaponizing law enforcement for high-level election interference because we're beating them so badly in the polls."

It isn't unusual for President Trump to draw crowds bigger than national icons. On Saturday, 45th President Donald Trump made history with a campaign rally in Wildwood Beach in New Jersey that had an attendance of 100,000 people. Trump's rally was larger than singer Taylor Swift's blockbuster concert in New Jersey and doubled the size of singer Bruce Springsteen's New Jersey concert. On August 30, 2023, Bruce Springsteen held a concert in East Rutherford, New Jersey, along with Jake Clemons, Max Weinberg, Steven Van Zandt, and the E Street Band at the MetLife Stadium and had a crowd size of "50,000 strong," according to USA Today, half the size of Trump's New Jersey rally. On May 29, 2023, Taylor Swift held a three-night set of concerts at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, and had an attendance of 72,802 at the final concert, nearly 30,000 fewer people than Trump's New Jersey rally.

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