Trump attends dinner in Virginia organized by super PAC
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is attending a dinner in Virginia organized by a super PAC.
America First Action President Brian O. Walsh says the group is “extremely honored” to be hosting Trump as their “special guest, along with supporters and friends” of the organization.
The event on Tuesday night appears to be at the McLean home of real estate developer Giuseppe Cecchi and his wife, Mercedes. The Washington Post reported that Trump attended a fundraiser there in September 2016.
Walsh says Tuesday’s event isn’t a fundraiser.
Trump ran his campaign promising to “drain the swamp” of Washington influence.
He frequently railed against super PACs, called them a “disaster waiting to happen” and said they should be shut down.
The dinner will be Trump’s second with members of the group this month.