Trump won’t be in Charlotte, but RNC may still hold events

RALEIGH, NC (AP) — President Donald Trump is no longer planning to speak at the Republican convention in Charlotte, but the Republican National Committee says it plans to hold some business activities in North Carolina if Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and other officials “allow more than 10 people in a room.”

Trump and the RNC had demanded that the convention be allowed to move forward with a full crowd and without participants having to wear face coverings.

Trump vowed Tuesday night on Twitter to deliver his speech outside North Carolina.

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