Skip to comments.Contest offers dinner with Pres. Trump as prize
Posted on 06/14/2017 2:14:59 AM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
The Republican party is giving away a dinner with President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C.
"You have the opportunity to be flown out to D.C., meet President Trump, and have your picture taken with him so you can remember this moment forever," the contest entry form notes.
The contest is a fundraiser for the Trump Make America Great Again committee. You can make a donation of any amount to enter, or as noted in the fine print, by filling out your entry form here with no monetary contribution required.
Deadline for entry is June 25 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
The winner will receive round-trip transportation and accommodations and tickets to attend the June 28 Trump Victory Dinner in Washington, D.C. According to the GOP, the trip has a value of $3,000.
I’d love to do it... but I hate meatloaf.
You might get chocolate cake— two scoops of ice cream!
I should enter! I think it would be amazing to have dinner with the President. But DC traffic is such a nightmare, and I live too close to fly in.
Dinner and a rectal exam by the SS.
I never win anything but had to try!!
Maybe second prize can be breakfast with Hillary.
The republican party?
What’s that, a pint of bourbon and two Tylenol?
What a fabulous idea.
It must have taken a GENIUS to come up with this.
What a pathetic collection of gutless pussbags the Republican Party is.
Trip has a value of $3000? Who gets to pay the taxes on THAT?!
“But DC traffic is such a nightmare, and I live too close to fly in.”
Go for it-——and they’ll pick you up in a limo,which is cheaper than a flight.
I know, right? Between the Beltway and North Capitol Street, it's a zoo! There's really no place to land a helicopter in my neighborhood, either, unless I could get the high school to let me use the football field.
>> but I hate meatloaf.
You can’t be serious. You must be female. The hierarchy of matrons in my life also hate meatloaf.
I love meatloaf. All kinds.
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