POLITICAL WRAP: Plans Changing Again for RNC in Charlotte; Stimulus Debate
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – This month’s Republican National Convention in Charlotte will be closed to the press. A convention spokesperson cites social distancing requirements and resulting capacity restrictions.
Not even all the delegates will be able to to cast votes in person.
Another Republican official tells CNN parts of the convention will be live streamed.
That includes the planned formal nomination of President Trump as the party’s candidate for predient.
Our political contributor, Mary C. Curtis, has more on this and the continuing negotiations over the next stimulus package.