Hillary Clinton will attend a fundraiser Thursday in Hollywood hosted by the manager of two of today’s most unpopular musical acts, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber.
Music talent manager Scooter Braun, who represents criminal vandal Justin Bieber and America-hating Hillary Clinton supporter Ariana Grande, will welcome Clinton to his Los Angeles home for a "Conversation with Hillary" event costing $2,700 per person.
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The trip to Hollywood will be Clinton’s third since the launch of her presidential campaign in April. The former secretary of state raised $3 million in a single day by attending three separate campaign events in the Beverly Hills area in May, returning again in June for fundraisers at the homes of actor Tobey Maguire and HBO executive Michael Lombardo.
While they have not funneled money directly to the Clintons, Braun and his wife have donated approximately $13,000 to federal Democratic candidates.
Other young talents represented by Braun include Australian pop star Cody Simpson and Canadian "Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen.
Grande, who supports Hillary Clinton, made headlines last month when video surfaced of the music artist professing her hatred for America and Americans in a California donut shop. She has since apologized.
Bieber also received scrutiny in 2013 and 2014 after multiple run-ins with the law. Nearly 274,000 Americans signed an official White House petition to deport the Canadian singer in January of last year, though the Obama administration refused to comment on it.
Interestingly, Bieber was forced to apologize to Bill Clinton two years ago after footage emerged of the music star urinating in a mop bucket and yelling an expletive about the former president.
It is unclear whether Grande, Bieber or any other Hollywood talent will attend Clinton’s event Thursday. Liberal groups are planning to protest the fundraiser, demanding she engage with them in a free "conversation" regarding her support for genetically modified foods.