There's been a lot of discussion in our local news about how appropriate it was for the Ronald Reagan and World Trade Center to host this past Saturday's National Policy Institute's luncheon. Building managers say they had no option given the federal government's policy of non-discrimination.
The Ronald Reagan Building, the biggest structure in the U.S. capital city, is federally owned, but run by Trade Center Management Associates, a unit of Drew Co., a Boston real estate development company.
The firm defended allowing the nationalist group to use the venue. It said in a statement that its contract mandates that unless there is a security threat by an organization or person who asks for meeting space, the building is available for rental. ~ New English Review
My question is did or did not NPI's use of the facility pose a security threat? And who decides what does and does not constitute a security threat?