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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -
President Barack Obama has arrived in Charlotte for the Democratic National Convention.
Air Force One touched down at about 2:40 p.m. Wednesday, several hours after the DNCC and Obama Campaign announced a change in venue for Thursday night's acceptance speech.
President Obama greeted people at the airport, including family members of the fallen North Carolina MAFFS Airmen.
The airmen were part of the 145th Airlift Wing deployed to fight the wildfires out west over the summer. The firefighting C-130 went down July 1, killing four of the men.
After walking off Air Force One Wednesday, the President greeted the families, spoke to them individually, and took pictures with them. He also spent a few minutes writing something for several of the families.
Also at the airport, the President was expected to meet with community members who have the now-void community credentials.
After talking with people for nearly 20 minutes, the president left the airport.
The President will now accept the nomination at Time Warner Cable Arena, which means thousands of people with community credentials will not be able to get in.
The campaign says the change was due to weather concerns. In response, Republicans speculated the change was due to concerns about filling the large stadium.