Financier George Soros and his son Alex provided maximum donations to President Biden’s campaign during the second quarter, filings show.

The father and son duo each cut $6,600 checks to Biden’s re-election committee on June 30, according to its recently released records. The cash represents their first jump into the 2024 presidential election. 

Neither has given money to Biden’s Victory Fund so far this cycle – which carries astronomical contribution limits – though that will presumably change as the election draws closer. 

Both George and Alex Soros will likely provide considerable amounts directly to Biden’s re-election efforts and support outside super PACs backing his candidacy after helping to propel him during the 2020 elections.

During the last presidential race, Alex Soros provided the Biden Victory Fund with over $720,000, while George Soros added more than $500,000 to the committee’s coffers. The two also maxed out donations to Biden’s campaign that election cycle.

The newest Biden donations occurred weeks after George Soros announced he had handed Alex control of his massive Open Society Foundations network, which funnels large sums to left-wing initiatives across the country.

Alex, meanwhile, has maintained a direct pipeline to Biden’s White House and has visited at least 20 times since he took office, Fox News Digitial previously reported. He’s also posted recent photos with Vice President Kamala Harris.

Soros’ spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the donations.


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