Chuck Lorre to Host Obama ‘Discussion’ in Pacific Palisades

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“Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre will host President Obama at his Pacific Palisades home on June 18 for a $16,700-per-person “discussion.”

The money will go to the Democratic National Committee’s 2016 White House Victory Fund.

That same day, Obama also is headlining a DNC fundraiser at the home of Tyler Perry.

The Lorre event is described as an “intimate, living room style event” with only 30 people but a chance to have “an open dialogue and discussion with the President.”

The invite says that “Democrats in all 50 states are working in neighborhoods and communities to advance issues like job creation, education, health care, and clean energy.”

“But we need the resources to put Democrats in office to move our country forward. Since we do not take money from special interests, corporate lobbyists, and political action committees, we must rely on dedicated Democrats like you,” it says.

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  1. ObserverMI says:

    I guess you have to ‘BUY’ the Presidents time cause he won’t have discussions unless he is the ‘only one’ talking cause he’s like Hillary… won’t stand up and take questions.
    Yet people still want to support him and the Dems? With this track record???
    What a bunch of blind partisan hacks that have NO CLUE.

  2. Alex says:

    Discussion? Yea, we need more Democrats in office. Look at the paradise that is Baltimore…and Detroit…and Chicago. I hope Charlie Sheen crashes the “Discussion” and barfs in the punch bowl.

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