by Kyle Ziemnick
Posted 6/11/20, 05:50 pm
WASHINGTON—The business side of August’s Republican National Convention will stay in North Carolina. The Republican National Committee voted on Wednesday to keep behind-the-scenes convention work, like building the party’s platform, in Charlotte. But the keynote event, President Donald Trump’s speech accepting the party’s nomination, will happen elsewhere after he expressed frustration with the state’s Democratic governor, Roy Cooper, and his social distancing requirements for the event.