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Trump Admits He’ll Be At A ‘Big Disadvantage’ If He Isn’t Able To Hold Rallies Before Election



President Trump may not be the most clear and articulate speaker in the world, but he doesn’t need to be. He speaks the language of the common man. This is a feature of his character that has endeared him to his base and is why he has chosen to continue doing rallies and holding events all throughout his presidency.

He wants to stay connected to his supporters and this is what keeps that connection going, the passion high, and his fans excited about what he’s doing in the Oval Office.

This might be why President Trump recently admitted that if he isn’t able to hold these rallies before the November election because of COVID-19, winning a second term might be more difficult.

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The president has been staying at the White House during the pandemic, where he has remained since March, but will soon be travelling out to the state of Arizona. This will be his only out-of-town trip since his last visit to Mar-A-Lago in the first part of March, which was to see off the USNS Comfort hospital ship on its voyage to New York to help with coronavirus patients.

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Here’s more on the president’s comments from The Washington Examiner:

“I hope we’re going to be able to get the rallies back before the election,” Trump told the New York Post Monday. “I actually think it’s very important. I think that would be a big — a big disadvantage to me if we didn’t, if we couldn’t have the rallies back.

“People are wanting the rallies. They want to have them so badly. They were informative, but they were fun,” he added.

One of the main reasons that Trump is going to Arizona is to help promote the idea of reopening the country’s economy and to shine a spotlight on states that are actually following the right guidelines on how to get things back up and running again.

The state of Arizona itself is still currently under a Stay-At-Home order until May 15, though parts of that have been modified to allow some retail stores to open up this week.

Trump has acknowledged that it’s still unsafe to hold these rallies due to COVID-19, but also stated that this is creating a high demand for the events.

“We have a tremendous pent-up demand. They love what we’re doing,” Trump said. “They don’t want to have taxes raised. They don’t want to have stupid things happening.”

Here’s to hoping the world gets back to normal soon and folks can get to work and Trump can once again give his fans what they want.


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