How much would you pay to have lunch with conservative Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley?
A lunch date with the writer fetched $200 at a silent auction during a fundraiser Tuesday for the Oakland County Republican Party in Novi.
Known for his biting criticism of Detroit and its politics, Finley is friendly and sincere in person.
Finley was among 2,300 Republicans who attended the event, which featured a rambling speech from Donald Trump.
At one point, Trump declared: “Our country is going to hell because people are so politically correct.”
If you had lunch with Finley, what would you want to talk about?
Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.