President Obama to make return visit to the Southland
Roundtable discussion with donors who pay $32,400
City News Service | 8/27/2013, 2:10 p.m.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. — President Barack Obama will return to the Southland next month to take part in a high-dollar discussion with a select group of supporters.
The president will be in the Los Angeles area Sept. 9 to take part in an “off the cuff” roundtable discussion with donors who pony up $32,400 for the opportunity, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A location for the hour-long meeting has not yet been determined, with an invitation describing the event only as an evening gathering in Los Angeles.
Obama made a two-day swing through Los Angeles Aug. 6-7, appearing on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” and having a private dinner with DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.
The trip will be Obama’s 16th to the Los Angeles area since taking office. All but three of his trips have included political fundraisers. He has made 10 trips to the area solely for fundraising.