Billionaire Citadel CEO Ken Griffin is “actively contemplating” financially supporting former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley in the Republican primary for president.
Veteran investor and billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller donated to Scott’s campaign earlier this year.
But on Monday he told CNBC that following Scott’s announcement, he planned to support Haley exclusively from now on. Druckenmiller has donated to Haley affiliated groups in the past.
Metal refining magnate Andy Sabin told CNBC that he heard from Haley’s campaign within hours of Scott’s withdrawal from the presidential race.
Until Sunday, Sabin had been fundraising for Scott’s primary effort. Now he said he will decide after the Thanksgiving holiday how he can best help Haley.
On Monday, Eric Levine, a New York based attorney who previously raised money for Scott, sent out an invitation to a fundraiser he is co-hosting in New York City next month. The beneficiary? Nikki Haley,, according to an invitation reviewed by CNBC.
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