President Trump will travel to Greensboro, N.C., on Saturday to attend a dinner fundraiser at the country club home of campaign donors Louis DeJoy and Dr. Aldona Wos, a Republican National Committee spokesperson confirmed Friday.
Trump's trip to the Tar Heel State, which he won by about 173,000 votes last November, will mark the first time in eight months that he has returned.
The Trump Victory joint fundraising committee is throwing the event and expects to raise $2 million in one night from the estimated 250 guests. The PAC is comprised of the Donald J. Trump for President, the RNC, and 11 state Republican committees.
Tickets for the dinner range from $2,700 to $100,000. Individuals can attend for $2,700 and couples who donate $15,000 will receive preferential seating at the dinner and be able to attend a VIP reception before or after Trump addresses guests. Couples who donate $35,000 will receive the title of co-hosts.
"The president and his team have had some missteps. However, it is hard to deny the extreme and unreasonable challenges he faces from the political establishment, the left wing groups, the media and many of the federal employees of the agencies of the Executive branch," DeJoy wrote in his invitation.
DeJoy is the former CEO of New Breed Logistics and a GOP mega-donor. During the 2016 campaign, DeJoy contributed $111,000 to the Trump Victory Fund. He has also pledged $233,000 to the RNC and another $100,000 to Trump's inauguration committee.
Wos serves as vice-chairwoman of Trump's Commission on White House Fellowships and previously led North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services during former GOP Gov. Pat McCrory's one term in office.
The hosting couple lives on the north side of the Greensboro Country Club neighborhood in a mansion at Country Club Drive and Cleburne Street.
Greensboro police will work with Secret Service to secure the event location. The White House has yet to announce Trump's weekend schedule.