President Trump addresses questions about holding Republican National Convention during pandemic
President Trump talked at a May 26th press conference about the potential of holding the Republican National Convention in North Carolina despite COVID-19 concerns.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi criticized President Trump's insistence that the Republican National Convention occur as planned despite the pandemic, and suggested neither party had any business holding its massive quadrennial gathering given the risks to public health. President Trump is threatening to move the Republican National Convention from North Carolina, and both Florida's and Georgia's governors have offered to take over hosting on short notice. Steve Contorno, political editor for the Tampa Bay Times, spoke to CBSN's Tanya Rivero about where the convention could end up. With Covid-19 set to delay voting at polling booths in November's US Presidential election, many states are looking to expand postal voting - and President Trump doesn't like it.
#BBCOS #BBCOutsideSource President Trump returned to the golf course for the first time in more than 70 days and was seen giving a fist bump to another golfer. The outing came days after Dr. Deborah Birx told Americans they can resume outdoor activities with precautions.