BREAKING: President Trump raises $12 million in one night at Silicon Valley fundraiser hosted by David Sacks

He was introduced by Senator JD Vance and then by David Sacks.

An unprecedented Silicon Valley fundraiser for presidential frontrunner Donald Trump raised $12 million on Thursday night. The fundraiser, co-hosted by tech entrepreneur David Sacks, with tickets per couple going for $500,000 a piece. Per person tickets were $300,000 a piece. The event was sold out.

Attorney and RNC Committeewoman for California Harmeet Dhillon shared the news on X, saying that the Trump was "relaxed, happy, and cracking jokes about AI." He was introduced by Senator JD Vance and then by David Sacks.

The fundraiser was held in Sacks' home Broadcliff in Pacific Heights, and was attended by the Winkelvoss twins, crypto leaders, and others in the entrepreneurial and venture capital space. It was hosted by Sacks, his wife, Jacqueline, and venture capitalist Chamath Palihapitiya.

Support for Trump in Silicon Valley has been quiet over the past few years but in 2024, people have been more willing to speak out in favor of Trump.

The event was a show of force for supporters of the GOP in Silicon Valley, even after Trump was convicted in New York on 34 felony counts of falsified business records for recording payments made to his attorney as legal fees in bookkeeping records. 

Trump has consistently raised $141 million in May and is closing the cash gap with Joe Biden and the Democrats, who consistently hold star-studded Hollywood bashes with celeb elites.
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