GREENWICH, Conn. – Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is scheduled to be in Greenwich on Monday, attending a fundraiser at a $14.4 million gated estate that has twice hosted President Barack Obama, according to the Connecticut Post.
Citing Hearst Connecticut Media, the Post reported that entrance to Monday’s fundraiser runs $33,400 a plate.
All money collected during the event will go to the Hillary Victory Fund, according to the Post, which reported that the Victory Fund is composed of the Clinton campaign, the Democratic National Committee and 32 state parties.
Clinton, whose Chappaqua, N.Y., home is less than 15 miles away, will be hosted by Richard and Ellen Schapps Richman, according to the Post, which reported that the couple own the Conyers Farm estate.
Upon hearing the news of the scheduled fundraiser, local GOP officials called Clinton a “flawed candidate who has lied to Congress” and the American people, according to the Post.