Those tickets will pay for dinner at the celebration Saturday, as well as a photo op with Trump, the reports says. Couples can pay $150,000 more to take part in a round table opportunity, according to Bloomberg.
Trump reportedly considered holding the party in November to mark the anniversary of the 2016 election.
The president plans to stay in the capital until the Senate passes an extension of the current budget, NBC News reported. The possibility of a federal government shutdown has put Trump's weekend plans in doubt. The tentative plan is for Trump to leave for Mar-a-Lago on Saturday morning, according to Bloomberg.
@HallieJackson: So this is new: a WH official tells pool the president "will not be going to Florida until the CR passes." @POTUS had originally been set to leave for Mar-a-Lago this afternoon.
Read the full Bloomberg report here.