MINNEAPOLIS — Five weeks ahead of the election, President Donald Trump was back in Minnesota Wednesday to headline a GOP fundraiser in Shorewood and lead an evening rally in Duluth.
Trump arrived at the fundraiser at the Lake Minnetonka home of Cambria President and CEO Marty Davis about 5 p.m. and stayed for 90 minutes.
According to a Republican National Committee official, the event is expected to bring in $7 million for Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee run by and benefiting the Trump campaign and the party. Davis is a GOP donor who has led efforts to urge Walz to reopen more of the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among those greeting him at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport