Donald Trump Charging $10,000 for Invitation-Only Meet and Greet

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Despite his failed Presidential hopes, Trump’s empire still came out in the black this year. The real-estate mogul, who is worth $2.7 billion, pulled in $60 million last year and hit the list at #17.

The "Celebrity Apprentice" star expects 30-40 business leaders to attend the exclusive "Platinum Privilege" event in Australia.

Donald Trump has invited a group of Australian business leaders to join him for a personal meet and greet

The catch? He's asking them to pay at least $10,000 each for the privilege, according to Australia's

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In a letter-style invitation, the Celebrity Apprentice star writes that the invitation is being extended to only a select group of people.

"Like me, you're at the top of your food chain," he writes. "And no one put your there; you put yourself there."

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Trump adds that he expects about 30-40 people to take part. At the event, dubbed "Platinum Privilege," each guest will be welcomed individually and receive a framed photo as a memento of the occasion.

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"Then they'll enjoy unparalleled access to me while rubbing shoulders with other Australian power players," Trump writes.

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The letter doesn't say what the money will be used for, but several reports noted that it's not intended for charity.

Trump adds that this is a one-time-only event, which he's doing in honor of his first speaking trip to Australia (he has seminars lined up in Melbourne and Sydney).

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"I've already ensured that this is never to be included in any future contracts," he writes. "This is it."