For As Little As $35 USD Your Name Can Be Streamed During Trump’s State Of The Union
Check out Donald Trump’s website tonight for a lives-stream of his State Of The Union donors.
Donald Trump is using his first State of the Union address on Tuesday in what appears to be an attempt to attract support for his reelection campaign by offering supporters a chance to see their names flashed on the campaign website during his speech.
Trump has offered those who are willing to pay at least $35 the opportunity to see their name displayed while the event is being live-streamed on his website.
“This is a movement,” the solicitation says. “It’s not about just one of us. It’s about ALL of us. Which is why your name deserves to be displayed during Tuesday night’s speech.”
Donors are allowed to contribute as much as $2700 which is the maximum amount that is allowed per election.
State Of The Union Donors Generate $1 Million Plus
By late Tuesday afternoon, the pitch had generated $1 million from more than 75 000 contributors and the money raised will not only benefit Trump’s campaign but also the RNC and joint fundraising committee.
During his speech, Trump will be expected to claim credit for the stronger economy and growth of the Republicans tax plan as well as push his agenda on immigration, trade, infrastructure and national security.