Donald Trump holds first campaign rally after coronavirus pandemic

Komal FatimaWeb Editor

21st Jun, 2020. 11:44 am
Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump has organized has first campaign rally since the beginning of coronavirus pandemic.

Trump had earlier informed that around a million people had asked to buy tickets for the event at Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma Center.

But the place was far from full and plans for him to address an outside “overflow” area were abandoned.

Donald Trump said in the opening that here had been “very bad people outside, they were doing bad things”, but did not explain.

He said regarding coronavirus response that he had asked the officials to limit testing as more cases are being identified. He described the testing as a “double-edged sword”.

He told the people, “Here is the bad part: When you do testing to that extent, you are going to find more people, you will find more cases,” “So I said ‘slow the testing down’. They test and they test.”

In addition to this, he also talked about his rival Joe Biden. He explained to him as “a helpless puppet of the radical left”.

Furthermore, he shared his opinion regarding anti-racism protests that began after George Floyd’s killing. “The unhinged left-wing mob is trying to vandalize our history, desecrate our monuments – our beautiful monuments – tear down our statues and punish, cancel and persecute anyone who does not conform to their demands for absolute and total control. We’re not conforming,”

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