President-elect Donald Trump attended a Heroes and Villains costume party at a major campaign donor's Long Island home on Saturday, December 3 — and he dressed as himself.
The PEOTUS, 70, attended the soiree with his former campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, who donned a Superwoman costume. "Honoring the ultimate hero at the Mercer 'Heroes and Villains' party on Long Island," Conway, 49, captioned a photo of herself with Trump on Twitter. "Crowd thrilled w/ surprise!"
As Trump made his way into the party at hedge fund manager Robert Mercer's Owl's Nest estate in the affluent village of Head of the Harbor in St. James, New York, a pool reporter asked him who he was dressed as.
"Me," the real estate mogul replied while pointing to himself, according to NBC News. When the reporter questioned if Trump was a hero or a villain, Conway chimed in: "A hero all the way!"
Trump's White House chief strategist, Steve Bannon, also attended the exclusive celebration, but did not wear a costume.
Mercer, a co-CEO of Long Island–based hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, reportedly donated $2 million to a pro-Trump super PAC run by his daughter, Rebekah, during Trump's campaign. Rebekah is now an executive committee member of the president-elect's transition team and has played a major role in shaping his administration.
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