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Joe Biden is holding an elite fundraiser alongside predecessors Barack Obama and Bill Clinton — both several years his junior — and corporate media personality Stephen Colbert, charging a ticket price of up to half a million dollars. Donald Trump, meanwhile, is attending the wake of a New York police officer who was gunned down in the line of duty.

Over 5,000 people are expected at Biden’s Radio City Music Hall event, with even the cheapest tickets costing $250. He expects to gain significant additional funds by charging for photo opportunities, with a picture with all three Democrat presidents costing $100,000.

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The Biden-Harris campaign is boasting that the event will break fundraising records, adding $25 million to a war chest already substantially larger than Donald Trump’s.

The America First leader, on the other hand, will attend the wake of Officer Jonathan Diller in suburban Massapequa. Diller, a man in his early thirties with a one-year-old child, was shot and killed during a routine traffic stop in what Trump campaign spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt described as a “senseless and tragic



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