Vice President Mike Pence will no longer attend a planned campaign fundraiser after a report revealed its hosts had previously showed support for the QAnon online conspiracy theory.
Pence was scheduled to make an appearance next week in Bozeman, Montana, but that meeting is no longer scheduled, the Trump campaign told The Associated Press on Saturday.
Caryn and Michael Borland, who were set to host the fundraiser, have shared posts in support of QAnon, and Caryn has also interacted with online accounts promoting the movement, according to a Wednesday AP report.
Numerous GOP candidates seeking election in Montana had planned to attend the event, as did members of the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee, the AP reported.
According to the outlet, Caryn and Michael Borland have donated more than $220,000 to the Trump campaign.
QAnon is driven by a belief that President Donald Trump