Enthusiastic fans greeted former President Donald Trump as he left a fundraising dinner in Beverly Hills on Friday night. Supporters waved Trump 2024 flags and cheered as his motorcade passed, with Trump blowing a kiss from his SUV window.

According to Fox News, the fundraising dinner was hosted by tech investors David Sacks and Chamath Palihapitiya, two of the heaviest hitters in Silicon Valley and co-hosts of the “All-In” podcast.

According to the outlet, the former president’s campaign and the Republican National Committee previously said they raised $141 million last month.

The outlet also reports that tickets at the sold-out event ranged from $50,000 per person to $500,000 per couple for special access as part of the host committee.

After the fundraising dinner, the president attended a finance event in Newport Beach in Orange County on Saturday. The event comes a week after Trump was convicted of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

Trump visited Beverly Hills as part of his campaign trip to California, which also included stops in Phoenix and San Francisco. While California has been a Democrat stronghold since 1982, republicans are willing to tap into wealthy entrepreneurs and others who have leaned right since the last election in 2020.

Despite being convicted in the hush money case, Trump’s campaign has shown resilience. Polls indicate that he maintains an edge over President Joe Biden in crucial swing states, including Nevada and Arizona.

Following Trump’s conviction, a new poll indicated that the former president had led by five points in both Arizona and Nevada. Additionally, a New York Times/Siena College survey found that the former president’s guilty verdict did not significantly impact voter’s opinions.

In Arizona, 63% said the hush money trial did not matter, while only about 36% said it did. Additionally, only 25% said it mattered to them a lot.

In Nevada, 65% said the hush money trial did not matter, while 35% said it did.