On Wednesday, President Donald Trump is scheduled to host a fundraising dinner.
According to flyers obtained by reporters, attendees can shell out for any number of options with the President. A round-table is $100,000 per person. Dinner is $35,000 per couple, and for $70,000, supporters can take a photo with the president.
“Space is limited. RSVP’s will be accommodated on a first come, first serve, basis.”
Analysts pointed out to a structural problem behind the shocking numbers.
“The state of our campaign finance system is such that a president can legally appear at a $100,000 per person event being held at a hotel he owns,” said New York Times chief Metro political correspondent Shane Goldmacher.
“Tax cuts are working?” Rolling Stone’s Matt Laslo wryly observed.