Report: Only one city seems really interested in hosting 2020 GOP convention, others decline

President Trump got a huge number of votes in big cities like Dallas and Nashville, but both are not bidding to host the GOP Convention in 2020, according to the Charlotte Observer.

Other cities that are reportedly not interested: Orlando, Phoenix, Atlanta, Columbus, Ohio and Pittsburgh.

On the other hand, the Observer reports the mayor and police chief of Charlotte flew to Washington D.C. to meet with the party. It’s the first to publicly bid on the convention.

Charlotte's mayor Vi Lyles said the RNC told her other cities were bidding, but did not tell them which ones. The RNC told the Observer it "has a long-standing practice not to comment on the selection process this early."

Another city that could be in the running is San Antonio. The RNC has reportedly asked officials there to put in a bid, even though it’s past the deadline, which according to original bid documents was February 28th.

It's still unclear if San Antonio will in fact bid. As far as the DNC goes, Officials from Atlanta and Milwaukee reportedly say they plan on bidding for 2020.