Media Will Be Kept Out of Republican National Convention in Charlotte

While Trump called off the public components of the party convention in Florida last month delegates are scheduled to gather in Charlotte North Carolina to make him th Republican standard-bearer once more

The media will be barred from the Republic National Convention, where Donald Trump will be renominated as the presidential candidate this month.

RNC convention spokeswoman told on Saturday, due to the restrictions protocols in place within NorthCarolina, they are planning the Charlotte activities to be held without any press.

If the GOP decision stands, it will mark the first party nominating convention in modern history to be closed to reporters.

The party was "working within the parameters set before us by state and local guidelines regarding the number of people who can attend events", the spokeswoman said on Saturday.

Even though Trump called the people parts of the conference in Florida last month, mentioning some instances of the virus throughout the nation, 336 delegates are scheduled to assemble in Charlotte, North Carolina, on august 24 to vote to create Trump that the GOP standard-bearer after more.

The GOP convention was originally planned for Charlotte, but the White House made the decision to move part of the event to Jacksonville, Florida, when North Carolina refused to waive crowd restrictions on large gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Privately some GOP delegations have increased logistical problems with travelling to city, mentioning the rising amount of authorities imposing compulsory quarantine orders on travelers coming from countries suffering from loopholes from the virus. Alternate delegates and guests have already been prohibited.

The proceedings on the Monday of the convention - including the vote to formally nominate Trump - will be live-streamed, according to a Republican official familiar with the plans.

It's being said if Trump goes to Charlotte, the expectation is that it will just be to thank the delegates in a private, closed press event.



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