(CNN) - On the same day he decided against a bid for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, real estate mogul Donald Trump is "reassessing his commitment" to appear in Iowa at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner, according to the Iowa Republican Party.
"While our invitation to Mr. Trump never hinged on a potential Trump candidacy, Iowans responded enthusiastically and with great interest in his appearance at our annual Lincoln Day Dinner," Iowa GOP spokesman Casey Mills said in a statement Monday. "Today, it is our understanding that Mr. Trump is reassessing his commitment."
Mills said the party expects a decision Tuesday about the June 10th dinner in the first-in-the-nation caucus state.
A spokesperson for Trump did not immediately return a request for comment.