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National Diversity Coalition for Trump CEO Pastor Darrell Scott weighs in on Trump fundraisers and former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowskis hearing on Tuesday.

WhenPresident Trumpreturns toNew York City to speak atthe United Nations next week, he will be having afundraiserat the luxuriousUpper East Side townhouse of legendary hedge fund billionaire John Paulson, who is also one of his main economic advisers and an earlysupporter.

Paulsonwasthe first major Wall Street mover and shaker to publicly endorse Trump after he secured theRepublican nominationfor the presidency in 2016.

Paulson, who runs the investment management firm Paulson & Co., famouslymadehis name by betting against the subprime mortgage market bubble that led to the Great Recessionin 2008. Forbes puts his net worth at$4.2 billion.

Hedge Fund manager John Paulson attends the mens singles final match between Roger Federer of Switzerland and Novak Djokovic of Serbia at the U.S. Open Championships tennis tournament in New York, September 13, 2015.(REUTERS/Mike Segar)

What Paulson did is considered one of the best calls in Wall Street history– as chronicled in the bestselling 2009 book The Greatest Trade Ever: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of How John Paulson Defied Wall Street and Made Financial History.

Like the president, Paulson was born in Queens, New York, and obtained an Ivy League degree, his from Harvard Business School.Paulson reportedly started his eponymous firm in 1994 with $2 million and one employee.

Tickets to the exclusiveinvitation-only fundraiser at Paulsons 28,500 square foot home, on Sept.26, cost $2,800 a pop.

A Trump 2020 campaign could not be immediately reached for comment.

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