He has a controversial decision to make.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows has warned to President Trump to not hold his nomination speech at the White House at any costs.
According to One America News, Meadows urged Trump to make his acceptance speech “miles and miles away” from the White House.”
Meadows claimed hosting the speech in the White House’s East Wing would be in direct violation of the Hatch Act.
Q: “You said earlier today you’re considering using the WH as the venue for your nomination speech. Sen. John Thune questioned whether this was legal”
Pres. Trump: “Well, it is legal, there is no Hatch Act bc it doesn’t pertain to the president…” pic.twitter.com/Ln9yi3VguC
— Elma Aksalic (@ElmaAksalic) August 5, 2020
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