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Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr, who has come under fire from mainstream Hollywood liberals in the past over her proud support of President Trump, is slated to headline an event hosted by the Trumpettes at Mar-a-Lago during Super Bowl weekend.
The gala will be the third annual Red, White, & Blue celebration and start Feb. 1, 2020.
Also attending the event is Donald Trump Jr. himself!
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The Hill has more to say about the honored guest lineup:
Donald Trump, Jr. will also be speaking at the event that will take place Feb.1, the day before Super Bowl Sunday.
“Roseanne is a really loyal Trump supporter,” Trumpettes founder Toni Holt Kramer told the publication.
“If there was ever anybody who really put their mouth on the line and said how much she loves the president, she is one of them. You can’t get a hotter name in town,” Kramer added.
Palm Beach Post has more details on the Trumpettes event:
The Trumpettes have scheduled their third-annual Red, White & Blue celebration at Mar-a-Lago on Feb. 1, 2020, Super Bowl Eve - a weekend President Trump will likely be in Palm Beach to host his own Super Bowl party.
The Trumpettes USA Inc., the self-proclaimed “number one support group” for President Donald Trump, has scheduled its third annual bash at Mar-a-Lago on Feb. 1 — Super Bowl Eve. The choice date all but guarantees that next year’s event will be on a weekend when Trump will be at his private club to host his third Super Bowl party as president.
Trumpettes USA founder Toni Holt Kramer would not confirm that Trump would stop by her organization’s event. Trump did not travel to Mar-a-Lago on the weekend of the inaugural Trumpettes gala in 2018 due to a federal government shutdown.
He was not at Mar-a-Lago the weekend of the Trumpettes party this year. However, the president sent a video address that was played at the start of the evening.
Still, she expects tickets will sell-out fast — as they have the last two years — with the added incentive of a potential appearance by the president and first lady.
“People have not stopped calling,” Holt Kramer said. “When are tickets going out? Can I buy advance tickets?”
The Trumpettes event is arguably now the biggest at Mar-a-Lago during Palm Beach’s social season, drawing 700 guests, the maximum allowed by the fire marshal. It also represents a shift in clientele at the club, once the most sought after venue for high-society, philanthropic galas.