Florida Governor Ron DeSantis held a fundraiser that made millions for former President Donald Trump this week. Per the Associated Press, the fundraiser was held on Thursday morning among DeSantis and dozens of his allies, who put together $3 million for the super political action committee Right for America.

Per the outlet, Trump called into the meeting and thanked everyone for their efforts. Praising DeSantis, he said, “Ron, I love that you’re back.”

Before the fundraiser, DeSantis held a fancy dinner at Fort Lauderdale, Florida with some allies. At that event, he spoke to his allies about the importance of helping Trump as he seeks to be president again during the 2024 election.

According to a top Trump ally, Trump World was “thrilled by the support we are receiving from Governor DeSantis.”

The fundraiser comes after Trump and DeSantis met earlier this month for a private meeting in Miami. The meeting, which was set up by real estate broker Steve Witkoff, had a good outcome, as Trump later revealed on social media.

In a post on Truth Social after the meeting, Trump wrote, “I am very happy to have the full and enthusiastic support of Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida. We had a great meeting.”

“The conversation mostly concerned how we would work closely together to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. Also discussed was the future of Florida, which is FANTASTIC! I greatly appreciate Ron’s support in taking back our Country from the Worst President in the History of the United States. November 5th is a BIG DAY!!!” the Republican presidential candidate added.

During an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday, DeSantis said that he and Trump connected on several things during the meeting.

“A lot of it was just connecting about things. I mean, look: he’s a dad, he’s got a kid going to college. I’m a dad. I’ve got three young kids in the household. He’s concerned about how my wife was doing. Obviously, she had a cancer scare a couple of years ago. So it was just a good meeting and a good conversation,” DeSantis shared.