President Barack Obama is scheduled to address high dollar Democratic donors on Wednesday night at a Organizing For Action (OFA) founder’s summit dinner at the St. Regis Hotel, an event that is part of a two day OFA conference. A contribution form for the dinner indicates that access for the two-day conference cost $50,000 per ticket, according to the Associated Press.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney denied that there is a price tag to meet with the president, telling reporters on Monday that “any notion, as we’ve talked about, that there is a price set for a meeting with the president is absurd and wrong.”

Carney told reporters that Obama “periodically” meets with OFA members and compared the group to other organizations advocating for particular public policies.

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