Trump to hold 14 rallies in final three days of campaign (Sunday - Five Rallies in Five States)

Sunday’s rallies include Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.

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God Bless President Trump,God Bless America :pray::pray::pray::us::us:

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So where is everyone on Tuesday? From the Hill…

President Trump will hold five rallies for a second straight day. He will start the day with an event in Fayetteville, N.C., followed by rallies in Scranton, Pa., Traverse City, Mich., Kenosha, Wis., and Grand Rapids, Mich.

Vice President Mike Pence will be in three states.
He will begin the day in Pennsylvania, followed by a stop in Wisconsin. Pence will finish the day in Michigan, where he will join Trump at his rally.

And the Biden campaign…

The Biden campaign is putting most of its focus on Pennsylvania on Monday. The former vice president will hold events in the Keystone State, but he will also travel to Cleveland to make a final push in Ohio.

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris will hold events in Pennsylvania to mobilize voters.

As a historical note, I think McCain held as many rallies across the country in the last few days against Obama.

Seriously doubt they were anything close to the crowds PresidentvTrump draws.More likely they resembled the Biden rallies of ten people😜

For Butte, PA the estimated crowd including those on the streets I believe was 110,000 which is a great number.

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During a pandemic that’s seeing 7,000 new dead per week, how is it prudent to have rallies with few masks and little social distancing?

One would have hoped catching COVID would have made him more sensitive to the plight others are facing.

Nope. He even got to go bye-bye and wave to his fans.

He complains that there is news coverage of Covid.

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I wish I had that much energy. That’s a lot of traveling for the President.

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I feel like the USA has given up on minimizing COVID-19 fatalities.

I had hoped such myself. That hope has been completely dashed to pieces.

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His rallies are about the size of the George Floyd protests in June and I didn’t see massive numbers of people getting COVID at those, so I’m guessing it won’t happen now either.

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Biden is no Obama.
People actually liked Obama.

I don’t know, in much of the footage that I saw then people were wearing masks, which may make a difference.

We saw a spike in Whitehouse infections after the nomination of the most recent justice. Though that event had both indoor and outdoor portions, which doesn’t make it a perfect match for spread in an outdoor event.

Someone pointed out this old speech to me from back in 2014.

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