Trump's Birthday Lunch for Ann Romney Will Be in Shifts

Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012 10:51 AM

By Michelle Lopata

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The birthday luncheon hosted by Donald and Melania Trump in honor of Ann Romney to help raise money for the Romney campaign has gained so much momentum that the party will now be held in shifts in order to accommodate the 400 attendees, CBS News reports.
 
Tuesday’s event will be held at the Trump’s home in Trump Tower in New York City and was supposed to hold 200 people. However, when capacity for the party filled up within 48 hours after invitations went out, some reorganizing was needed.

In order to accommodate the now doubled number of guests, CBS News reports that there will be two shifts with the first group of 200 spending time with the guest of honor Ann Romney from noon to 1:15 p.m., and the second group arriving at 1:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Donald Trump endorsed the now presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney back in early February and has even recorded several robocalls for the campaign.

Tuesday’s birthday luncheon has reportedly raised over $600,000 for the Romney campaign and there is even talk of the Trumps hosting a similar event once Romney has secured the Republican presidential nomination, said Trump spokesman Michael Cohen.

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