Just hours after appearing at Monday\u0026#039;s Poor Peoples Campaign event in Washington, D.C. and promising to work for the less fortunate, 2020 Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden went straight to a Wall Street fundraiser in New York City where he solicited donations from, among others, a pro-Trump billionaire.The fundraiser was held at the Manhattan penthouse apartment of investor Jim Chanos.\u0026nbsp;According to\u0026nbsp;CNBC reporting,\u0026nbsp;Biden told wealthy attendees \u0022you guys are great\u0022 and \u0022you guys are incredibly important\u0022 before singing the praises of working class Americans.Biden also \u0022suggested\u0022 to the crowd that he had raised nearly $20 million already for his campaign, citing 360,000 donors that have contributed an average of $55, approximately $19.2 million.\u0026nbsp;At one point during the evening, CNBC reported, the former vice president asked supermarket magnate\u0026nbsp;John Catsimatidis for help, but the plea didn\u0026#039;t result in any benefit for the Democratic frontrunner. Catsimatidis told Biden he was set on Trump and, on Tuesday, tweeted that he and his family—major figures in New York Republican circles—were all in for the president.\u0026nbsp;Biden\u0026#039;s appearance at Chanos\u0026#039;s apartment came on the same day the former vice president took the stage in Washington to wax on his strategies to end poverty. But the former vice president\u0026#039;s remarks concentrated mainly on his relationship with former president Barack Obama,\u0026nbsp;The Washington Post reported, and his desire to work with the GOP—at one point leaning over moderator Joy Ann Reid to tell her that it was possible to \u0022shame\u0022 Republicans into working with Democrats.\u0026nbsp;\u0022Joy Ann, I know you\u0026#039;re one of the ones who thinks it\u0026#039;s naive to think we have to work together,\u0022 said Biden. \u0022The fact of the matter is, if we can\u0026#039;t get a consensus, nothing happens except the abuse of power by the executive branch. Zero.\u0022Biden also used his time onstage to take issue with those calling for real change rather than incrementalism.\u0026nbsp;\u0022Folks, look, if you start off with the notion there\u0026#039;s nothing you can do, well, might you all go home then, man?\u0022 Biden said. \u0022Or let\u0026#039;s start a real, physical revolution if you\u0026#039;re talking about it.\u0022Biden continued to attend fundraisers in New York on Tuesday, according to Newsday\u0026#039;s Emily Ngo, though it was unclear if he courted any additional deep-pocketed Trump backers.