President Obama to speak at Democratic fundraiser in La Jolla

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SAN DIEGO -- Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Monday in what's likely to be his final trip to San Diego as president.

Obama arrived from Las Vegas Sunday night at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar aboard Air Force One.

On Monday morning, the president was spotted playing golf at Torrey Pines.

According to the White House, the president will attend the Hillary Victory Fund reception at an undisclosed private location in La Jolla.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Ben Ray Lujan are also scheduled to appear at the fundraiser. The event will reportedly be limited to 45 attendees, and costs $10,000 per person to co-host or $33,400 per couple to be co-chairs.

Obama is scheduled to depart the base at Miramar later Monday for a short hop to Los Angeles, where he will appear on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" television program and take part in a couple of Democratic political roundtables, according to the White House.

The president's last trip to San Diego County was last October, when he spent just over two days in Rancho Santa Fe and played a couple of rounds of golf.