FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump will appear at a pricey fundraiser in the South Valley Tuesday. The fundraiser will set you back $2,700 dollars for lunch and $25,000 for a VIP meeting with the candidate.
Monday evening, Trump is raising funds in San Francisco and he returns to the Valley three months after he made a campaign stop at Selland Arena in Fresno. His visit comes a day ahead of a stop in Arizona where Trump said he'll give a speech on immigration.
"We will use immigration law to prevent crimes and will not wait until some innocent American has been harmed or killed," Trump told supporters.
But Trump once spoke of deporting 11 million undocumented immigrants.
"How do you handle the people who are here that have to be worked out and I think Mr. Trump is changing his position to hopefully represent reality," Congressman Devin Nunes said.
The Valley's agriculture industry has long relied on undocumented labor. Trump supporters in the Valley like William Bourdeau of Harris Farms said the immigration system is broken.
"Many of my friends that work for us, that work with me, are from Mexico and they've come here," Bourdeau said. "Their kids have gone to UCLA. They've lived the American dream. These are friends and neighbors so I know there needs to be a process."
Trump will meet with Valley farmers during his visit. They want to talk to him more in detail on the difficulties of moving more water to valley farms.
"The stakes are high," Bourdeau said. "It's important we solve this man-made water crisis."
Nunes heads the house intelligence committee. He will join Trump Monday night in San Francisco.
"I'm going to brief him on both intelligence and defense issues along with California water to prepare him for tomorrow," Nunes said.