Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) is postponing a strategy meeting he had scheduled with Donald Trump in New York on Monday in order to monitor a storm approaching his state.
Melissa Sellers, a spokesperson for Scott's political organization, said Sunday that the governor plans to stay in Florida. On Sunday, the National Hurricane Center issued a Tropical Storm Warning for parts of the Florida Gulf Coast.
Sellers told The Washington Post last week that Scott intended to meet with Trump to talk about general election strategy in Florida, which is seen as a key battleground. While Scott has said he is not interested in being Trump's vice presidential running mate, their warm relationship has made Scott a name to watch for that slot.
Sellers said that as of now, there is no date set for a re-scheduled meeting.
"We should have a new date in the next few days," said Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks.