Republicans consider South Lawn of the White House for Donald Trump’s convention speech

The Washington Post

Kedric L. Payne, the senior director of ethics at the Campaign Legal Center, said a political speech at the White House would “become another example of the president exposing gaps in the law that must be closed,” while raising a number of complications. “Government employees cannot wear or display campaign material at the White House,” he said. “The RNC would have a difficult time arguing that they can reimburse for the expenses, because how do you calculate such things as the fair market value of the White House lawn?”

Read the full article here.