Newly minted Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will come to Miami on Tuesday to have lunch with Hispanic leaders, his campaign announced Saturday.
The roundtable luncheon was postponed earlier this month after the deadly shootings of Dallas police officers. The campaign had promised to reschedule it.
It’s unclear if Tuesday’s plans will mirror the ones from July 8, when Trump was supposed to sit down with pastors, politicians and other Latino community leaders at Versailles Cuban restaurant. U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio had planned to attend, in what would have been his first campaign event with Trump.
Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, held a conference call with some of the guests when the lunch was called off.
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Trump had also planned a rally July 8, but his new schedule doesn’t mention one for this coming Tuesday. It also offers no luncheon details.