Businessman Stanley Chera has died at the age of 70. He and the US President had a long-standing friendship and business relationship.
Famous New York real estate developer and Republican Party sponsor Stanley Chera died in the United States from complications of COVID-19. He was also a close friend of President Donald Trump. On Monday, April 13, CNN reports, citing a source close to Chera.
“Stanley Chera, a prominent New York real estate developer and Republican sponsor who co-founded Crown Acquisitions, died of complications related to COVID – 19,” the report said.
It is noted that he was 70 years old.
The publication reports that Chera was also friends with the President of the United States Donald Trump. According to the Federal Election Commission, from 2016 to 2019, Chera donated $ 402.8 million to organizations that support the Trump presidency.
Chera also represented Trump at the Veterans Day parade in New York last November, calling the President “a dear friend.”
Trump invited Chera to his 2019 rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, calling him “one of the largest builders and real estate professionals in the world.” At the same time, Trump called Chera “a great guy who was with him from the very beginning.”