Donald Trump will accept his nomination as the Republican presidential candidate in Jacksonville, Florida.
It enlightens the Republican Party on Thursday.
In the beginning of June announced the american president, who is seeking re-election 3. november, that he will move the Republican national convention in august from North Carolina.
the Reasoning was, according to the president the rules of social distance introduced by the state governor, Roy Cooper, under coronakrisen.
Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) Ronna McDaniel said in a statement Thursday that the celebration of Trumps nomination will take place in Jacksonville, while the formal part of the convention will continue to be held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Trump has wanted to move the convention, according to North Carolina governor, democrat Roy Cooper, rejected a claim by republican officials about a full convention' rather than a convention with fewer participants.
Without knowing how coronavirusudbruddet will evolve, 'a scaled-down convention with fewer people, physical distance, and masks a necessity', wrote Roy Cooper earlier on Twitter.
But now comes Donald Trump to keep his acceptance speech 27. august in a arena with capacity for 15,000 people in Florida, where his close ally, Ron DeSantis is the governor.
Florida is an important state in the battle to win the presidency.
Not only has Florida a special place in the president Trumps heart as his home state, but it is also essential for the path to victory in 2020, says Ronna McDaniel.
She adds that the event in Jacksonville will be 'safe and exciting', however without providing information on virus-related measures.
Donald Trump is seeking re-election in the presidential election 3. november and is the Republican candidate.
The former vice president Joe Biden has already had enough delegates to win the nomination, which Trumps democratic opponent.
the Democrats hold the national convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from 17. 20. august, where Biden will be officially nominated as a presidential candidate.