Former President Donald Trump organized an event at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, which helped his political action board, the New York Republicans, and other candidates on Capitol Hill to raise $3.2 million.

He also talked about Rep. Elise Stefanik during the fundraiser event in Florida. His predictions are that she could be a chief commander in 2028. Elise is seen as the future president by Trump. He focused on the fact that she has always been a loyal friend and exceptionally mobile, describing her as a great, fantastic boss.

As participants screamed "four more years" and "2024," the former president continued to imply that he would run for a second term in the White House, per report.

Stefanik and Trump held a roundtable in a so-called white and gold room, with around thirty high rollers who paid up to $25,000 for a resort ticket. Approximately 200 fundraisers paid $1,000 for one ticket.

Stefanik thanked the NYS Conservative Party Chairman, Gerry Kassar, and said that he was always supportive of the Conservative Party.

Kassar spoke with The post during his visit to the Trump resort, saying that Stefanik has invited him. He continued by saying that Trump was a true New Yorker, despite spending time in Florida. After talking about the current economic issues, Kassar mentioned that he loved interacting with the crowd.

Multiple sources confirmed that the fundraiser event was packed with Upstate New York power players, including the CEO of an Albany-area pharmaceutical company, Saratoga Springs horse stable owner, Thomas D'Ambra, Edward Foy Jr, and many others.