President Donald Trump helped around $ 5 million for republics on Tuesday when he privately dined in New York with some of the biggest names in finance and real estate in the United States.

Approximately 150 people are expected to attend the Le Cirque restaurant in New York, an official of the Republican National Committee, who claimed anonymity because the event was privately attended. Tickets cost at least $ 35,000, and $ 250,000 a pair bought access to the private roundtable with the president. A $ 100,000 grant guarantees “VIP access” to the Trump.

Magician Steve Wynn Casino and Ivan Catsimatidis, a billionaire entrepreneur and owner of oil refineries, have seen attend an event behind the closed doors as Florida lobbyists and fundraiser Brian Ballard.

Republicans are making efforts to raise money as they prepare to defend their homes and the Senate in next year’s elections

The event was held in New York, when the results began to drift from the Republican Senate in Alabama, where Trump’s favourite candidate, Luther Strange, was defeated against the conservative establishment.

While the president “made some mistakes,” Catsimatidis previously said that the donors were happy with the change in the victory brought to the White House.

“Do not forget, under Obama, business people and banks were the enemies of Washington,” said Catsimatidis. “The only thing Donald Trump did is that entrepreneurs and banks are no longer enemies, and entrepreneurs feel better and invest.”

Trump was not the only train. Gary Cohn, his chief economic advisor and former president, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., spoke during campaign fundraising after Bob Wright’s guest.

“It was very positive,” said Wright, former president of NBCUniversal and now senior consultant of private equity firm Lee Equity Partners LLC. According to Wright, Trump Cohn, who said last month, praised that the government must do a better job of condemning a neo-Nazi.

Le Cirque, 58th Street between Lexington and Third Avenue, was a real estate developer in New York since its foundation. In June 2016, he spent a fundraising campaign with some of the biggest donors at Wall Street, including financially Carl Icahn and John Paulson and Woody Johnson, now US Ambassador to London.