REPORT: Lawmaker invites Trump to give State of the Union in state House chamber

TheHill.com:

The Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives invited President Trump on Friday to deliver his second State of the Union address from the statehouse.

North Carolina Speaker Tim Moore (R) sent a letter to Trump offering the House chamber in the state General Assembly for the speech.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I attended your first State of the Union address in Washington D.C. last year. It was an unforgettable experience to witness this tradition of our commander-in-chief’s speech to a joint session of Congress,” Moore wrote to the president.

“I also believe taking your message outside of the nation’s gilded capital to a state government venue reflects the priorities of your administration, and those of our Congress, to create success not only for federal institutions and programs but for the American people they serve,” he continued.”

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