BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Looks like President Donald Trump won’t be coming to Baltimore.

WJZ has learned from a source in U.S. Rep. Elijah Cumming’s office that the meeting was moved to The White House.

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President Trump Expected To Visit Baltimore Next Week

Trump was invited by Baltimore pastor Donte Hickman, of Southern Baptist Church.

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The trip was reportedly to promote so-called “opportunity zones,”, created by a Republican-backed tax law and are designed to encourage investment around and inside of struggling neighborhoods.

This story is developing. Stay with WJZ for the latest.

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