On Saturday, Donald Trump attended a costume party on Long Island, New York, which was hosted by the Mercer family. The Mercers were one of Trump’s biggest donors to his campaign, contributing $2 million to a pro-Trump super PAC, according to Politico.
Touted as the “Villains and Heroes” party, the invitation featured “a sword-wielding centurion crouching in an ancient ruin, facing down a serpent-haired Medusa,” according to Bloomberg.
Trump’s motorcade arrived at the party at 8:35 p.m. And when Trump was asked who he was dressed as, he pointed to himself and mouthed the word “Me,” according to Politico. He did not make it clear, however, if he was dressed up as a “villain” or “hero.”
His campaign manager Kellyanne Conway had her own idea of which category the Republican president-elect fit into at the event. Dressed as Superwoman, Conway took to Twitter and wrote, “Honoring the ultimate hero at the Mercer ‘Heroes and Villians’ party on Long Island. Crowd thrilled w/ surprise!”
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Hedge fund tycoon Robert Mercer is at the helm of the Mercer family, and his daughter Rebekah — who is in charge of the family’s political efforts — now sits on Trump’s transition team executive committee.