UPDATE: Trump rally viewing event back on after uproar, cancellation

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The Livingston County Republican Party Trump rally viewing party is back on at Buffalo Wild Wings, 900 S. Latson Road in Howell, after it was canceled hours earlier.

An email from local GOP chair Meghan Reckling this afternoon said Buffalo Wild Wings canceled the viewing event for Trump’s first rally since becoming ensnared in the impeachment inquiry after receiving a “number of complaints.”

This is Trump’s first rally since he’s become ensnared in the impeachment inquiry.

Apparently, the “Keep America Great Rally Viewing Party” is back on after being cancelled, according to an email from Reckling in which she said she was thankful for the “community support we received on the rally cancellation.”

“Buffalo Wild Wings has agreed to work with us on tonight’s event and for that we are grateful,” Reckling wrote.

Reckling later issued this statement:

”I am grateful for the outpouring of support we received from fellow Republicans and Trump supporters when the news broke earlier of our event cancellation.
“After a number of conversations with store management we learned that a young shift manager prematurely canceled our event thinking we were hosting a rally, not a watch party. I would like to thank the Howell Buffalo Wild Wings, their management, and owner for working with us on rescheduling tonight’s event.
“I truly appreciate their willingness to work with us through this misunderstanding.”

The event begins at 7:30 p.m.

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