Trump attends private fundraiser in Nissequogue

Presidential candidate Donald Trump was expected in Nissequogue Thursday for a private fundraiser.

Trump is expected at the $5,000 dollar a person fundraiser at the home of Steve and Carolyn Louro.

Trump is expected at the $5,000 dollar a person fundraiser at the home of Steve and Carolyn Louro. (8/4/16)

NISSEQUOGUE - Presidential candidate Donald Trump was expected in Nissequogue Thursday for a private fundraiser.

Trump was set to attend a $5,000-a-person fundraiser at the home of Steve and Carolyn Louro.

The Trump campaign says it collected over $80 million in donations last month.

Yesterday, Trump attended a rally in Jacksonville, Florida.

Trump is still under fire for his comments about a Muslim American Gold Star family.

 

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