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RNC to host debate watch party with Trump VP contenders for donors as selection nears

As speculation swirls around who former President Donald Trump will choose as his running mate, one of the potential VP picks will be at the debate in Atlanta tonight while several others are set to attend an RNC watch party for major donors.

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott will be at the debate, according to NewsNation. Meanwhile, the watch party hosted by former Georgia Senator Kelly Loeffler and her husband, businessman Jeff Sprecher, will be attended by former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, Senators Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio, and JD Vance, in addition to Representatives Elise Stefanik, Byron Donalds, and Wesley Hunt, according to an invitation shared by The Daily Caller.

The chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Michael Whatley, as well as RNC co-chair – and Trump’s daughter-in-law – Lara Trump, will also attend the watch party.

The invitation states that the event is open to those who have contributed $100,000 to the Trump 47 Committee working to elect the former president to a second term. At the watch party, an additional $25,000 will get you “preferred … dinner seating with VIP surrogates” while $10,000 simply gets you a dinner seat.

Trump may appear at the watch party to give “potential post-debate remarks,” the invitation states, possibly depending on how the debate pans out for the former president.

Scott was included in early discussions of who might be chosen as Trump’s VP but has recently fallen off the radar. Trump has said that he has chosen who his running mate will be and some reporting suggests he could reveal his choice ahead of tonight’s debate. However, he could also stick to the original timeline and share the news at the

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