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Trump expected to raise $10 million during Palm Beach stop

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Trump expected to raise $10 million during Palm Beach stop

Trump expected to raise $10 million during Palm Beach stop

The event was believed to be his most expensive fundraiser ever, with invitations going to donors who gave $580,600 per couple, according to The Washington Post, which obtained an invitation to the event at the Palm Beach estate of billionaire investor Nelson Peltz.

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