Donald Trump faces a moment of vital importance to his election aspirations at the Republican National Convention starting Monday. With the evangelical vote in hand, it is time for the president to try to capture his rival Joe Biden, the moderate voter who, thanks to his reform, could wreck his re-election, since his great weapon, the booming economic situation in the country Big business favor was ruined by the coronavirus.
The four-day session was originally scheduled to be in Charlotte, North Carolina, but the President moved most of the convention events to Jacksonville, Florida and Washington D.C. following a dispute with the governor over security protocols related to the coronavirus.
The president is expected to travel to Charlotte in person in the next few hours to appear at a few events, but everything seems to indicate that he will finally accept his nomination next Thursday on the south lawn of the White House. However, since his tenure, it has been advised that plans could change at any time.
In addition to Vice President Mike Pence and the Trump family – his wife Melania and their children Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. – several prominent Conservative leaders are also expected to be in attendance, including the US Senator from Carolina. South, Tim Scott; Iowa Senator Joni Ernst; Kevin McCarthy, California Minority Chairperson and former US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley.