Republican Convention Staffers, Attendees Test Positive For COVID-19

It’s Tulsa all over again.

Less than a day after President Trump accepted the GOP nomination with one of the longest convention speeches in modern memory, North Carolina state officials are telling the press that at least two attendees and two staffers have tested positive for COVID-19.

Unlike the Democrats, which replaced their Milwaukee convention with an almost entirely virtual series of nightly prime-time programming, the Republicans held a scaled down version of the convention in Charlotte. Complaints from city and state officials nearly resulted in the convention being moved to Jacksonville.

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