While the United States has passed the milestone of 4 million cases of coronavirus, Donald Trump continues his volte-face about the coronavirus. It announced on Thursday the cancellation of the "great" republican convention scheduled in Jacksonville, Florida, for the installation as the party's candidate for the presidential election of November 3, due to the pandemic of novel coronavirus, which was in full swing in the southern States of the Usa. "We're not going to make a big public convention as such, this is not the time", he said, saying that it was his duty as president to "protect the Americans".
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Recently, however, he made a volte-face, and has even recognized that the situation would get worse. The cancellation of the agreement between in this logic. Some of the events held in Charlotte out of respect for signed contracts will all the same place "and we will do the meetings online," said Donald Trump. The democrats have for their part announced a month ago that their convention planned in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from the 17th to the 20th of August, would be almost entirely virtual. The ex-vice president Joe Biden in there to accept in person his designation as the party's candidate.