Trump’s speech at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Part has canceled five days prior to the speech. The Park commissioner announced that partisan events weren’t allowed in the park.
They asked Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall about the event one month in advance. Marshall shared his response in a written version on June 16. The commission letter to Marshall wasn’t received until June 14.
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Bill Tunnell is the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park Commission Chairman, and he canceled the event once Trump was inviter as a guest speaker.
NBC 15 has more details.
NBC 15 News has learned an event featuring former President Donald Trump as the keynote speaker that was being planned for this Saturday at the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park was nixed after park commissioners became wary.
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“After the request was made, then there was contact with the Republican Party, they contacted us and then it became apparent that it was going to be a partisan political event, rather than just a patriotic event planned for that evening,” commission chairman Bill Tunnell.
Tunnell says commissioners sought an opinion from the attorney general’s office in late May. NBC 15 News obtained Attorney General Steve Marshall’s June 16th response, which notes their letter was dated May 26th , postmarked June 11th and received June 14th. “Due to the imminence of the date of the proposed event, my Opinions Division is unable to timely respond with an official position,” Marshall wrote. But he went on in the letter to cite case law that says parks may be used for political events provided access is “available for all political parties and candidates on an equal basis.”
The state park has been used for political events previously.