Republican governors suggest Trump move the Convention to their states

The Republican Party Convention is scheduled to be held in North Carolina, but the state authorities do not yet guarantee the complete removal of quarantine restrictions.

Three Republican governors are proposing to hold a national party Convention in their States if North Carolina does not comply with President Donald Trump’s demand to allow the organization of a full-fledged forum in August.

The governors of Florida, Georgia, and Texas said their States would be ideal places for Republicans to gather.

The Convention, where trump should be nominated as a presidential candidate for a second term, is scheduled to be held in Charlotte from August 24.

However, the Democratic Governor of North Carolina, Roy Cooper, has not yet assured trump that by this time, the quarantine restrictions on the coronavirus will be lifted entirely.

Trump gave Cooper a week to provide such guarantees. Otherwise, according to Trump, he will move the Congress, and with it the millions of revenue it generates, to another place.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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