Donald Trump on the campaign trail in March 2016
Donald Trump on the campaign trail in March 2016. Photo by Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons

President Trump plans to visit San Diego on Sept. 18 as part of a two-day fundraising tour in California for his 2020 re-election campaign.

FOX 40, the Fox News affiliate in Sacramento, reported that the President and top officials in his re-election campaign will visit the San Francisco Bay Area on Sept. 17 for a luncheon, and then head to San Diego the next day. The national website Politico reported that the visit would also include a stop in Beverley Hills.

Tickets for the Bay Area luncheon reportedly start at $1,000 for individuals and go up to $100,000 for couples who want premier seating and an opportunity to take a photo with Trump.

There was no immediate information on where the San Diego fundraiser would be held.

The trip will be Trump’s fourth visit to California since taking office in 2017.

The Golden State is considered solidly Democratic, but as the state with the largest economy by far, it remains a major fundraising target for politicians representing all parties and platforms.

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.