(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Vice President Kamala Harris recently hosted several big-name Democrat mega-donors, including Alex Soros, at her private residence.
The younger Soros and his “roomate,” runway model Savannah Huitema, visited on May 31—days before the announcement that Soros was taking over his father, George Soros’s, philanthropic organization, Open Society Foundations, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
Wayne Jordan and Quinn Delaney, longtime Harris supporters, were present; owner of the Tampa Bay Buccanneers, Avram Glazer, was present; and television screenwriter Shonda Rhimes, also came to the meeting.
It is unclear what was discussed, though the White House log listed the location as “1st floor VPR,” indicating that they met at Harris’s private residence at the Naval Observatory.
Soros Jr. visited the White House 20 times prior to this visit. He also consistently visited with White House advisers to discuss national security, domestic policy and other issues.
The Soros scion consistently attends events with high-ranking government officials and often posts pictures of himself with them.
Recently, the young billionaire shifted the Open Society Foundation’s focus from allegedly philanthropic efforts to defeating former President Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign, even publishing a very open and politically charged op-ed in Politico.
“I believe a MAGA-style Republican victory in next year’s U.S. presidential election could, in the end, be worse for the EU than for the U.S. Such an outcome will imperil European unity and undermine the progress achieved on many fronts in response to the war in Ukraine,” Soros said.
While the foundation continued to support Ukraine, Soros took shots at leaders who he viewed as unfriendly, including Trump and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Soros dropped hundreds of thousands of dollars into Democrat campaigns, donating $700,000 to the Biden Victory Fund in his 2020 campaign. He also previously donated to the Pelosi Victory Fund, the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.