You paid HOW MUCH for that Trump ticket?

May 14, 2016
Donald Trump (L) at a town hall campaign event with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in Hickory, North Carolina. March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Donald Trump (L) at a town hall campaign event with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in Hickory, North Carolina. March 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Keane

 

Before Donald Trump became the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee, his rallies were¬†were free and open to anyone with the stamina to withstand half a day’s wait and a heady hour packed into a sports stadium or warehouse. Supporters could buy snacks or hats or T-shirts, but they never had to pay for admission.

That’s changed. When the Trump campaign invited fans to a rally in New Jersey next week, it included an unexpected line:¬†“You will need to buy a ticket to get into the rally,” it said. The cost: $200. The cause: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

Read more here about Trump’s rally-as-fundraiser-plans.

 

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