FROM Martin Wisckol
Obama's Trip to the 'Red' OC Just before China's Vice President Xi arrived in Los Angeles, the President of the United States was raising campaign money in Newport Beach. At the home of Geoffrey and Nancy Stack, you could eat breakfast outside in a tent for $2500; inside with the President, the tariff was between $10,000 and $35,800. That's according to Martin Wisckol politics reporter with the Orange County Register .
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