The Clintons are preparing for a major fundraiser this month before their favorite Hamptons party home is sold to new owners.
Bill White, the current chairman and CEO of Constellations Group and Bryan Eure, SVP at insurance brokerage Willis Towers Watson hosted many major Democratic fundraisers at the home, but they've now listed the bayfront Southampton mansion for the whopping price of $5.95 million.
The house has four-bedrooms, 4 1⁄2-bathrooms and a deck overlooking the water.
White once hosted a fundraiser in his former Chelsea townhouse for President Obama.
Eure claimed they raised about $800,000 for that Obama fundraiser in 2014, Newsday reported.
Before the mansion is sold, Bill and Hillary plan to plan to attend a lavish fundraiser there later this summer.
But there is some scandal surrounding one of the owners of the lavish Hamptons home.
White was also the former president of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum and resigned amid an investigation by Andrew Cuomo in 2010. Cuomo claimed that White "brokered a $500 million investment of state pension fund money with Guggenheim Partners Select State Fund, and secretly received more than $570,000 in fees from the deal," The Daily News reported. He did not comment on the allegations, but released a statement that said "the time has come for me to pursue new challenges with similar goals."
The presumptive democratic nominee attended a star-studded fundraiser at the Manhattan home of movie exec Harvey Weinstein with guests including J.Lo and Martha Stewart in June.
George Clooney and wife Amal even held a fundraiser for Clinton back in April, charging $353,400 tickets for couples and $33,400 for singles to attend.
And now Leonardo DiCaprio is joining in, too. He plans to host Clinton for a fundraiser in August when she makes her next visit to Los Angeles, Variety reported.