A handful of protesters chided Joe Biden as he walked out of a Manhattan fundraiser on Thursday, urging the one-time Democratic frontrunner to drop out of the 2020 presidential race.

About half a dozen protesters from New York Communities for Change yelled at Biden as he was leaving the Wayfarer restaurant on West 57th Street near Sixth Avenue soon after 8 p.m.

“Drop out Joe! Drop out Joe!” they chanted as he walked to a waiting car.

“Skip Nevada! Skip South Carolina! Go home early!” one of the demonstrators yelled.

“We’re here to mark the death of Joe Biden’s campaign. This is what happens when you stand up for policies that are regressive. We coined Wall Street Pete and now we’re doing the same to Joe,” Alice Nascimento of Communities for Change said.

Despite his flagging campaign, the guest list for the pair of fundraisers Biden attended on Thursday included some of the biggest money men from the city’s financial sector, and he expected to rake in at least $1 million, according to a report.

A guest list obtained by CNBC includes luminaries such as former Morgan Stanley CEO John Mack, Centerview Partners’ Alan Hartman, Citigroup exec Ray McGuire, Blackstone operating chief Jonathan Gray, Snap chairman Michael Lynton and former Obama economic adviser Jeffrey Zients, who is also the president of private equity firm Cranemere Group, the cable network reported.