The American president, immobilised since March because of the coronavirus, will soon give campaign meetings in Oklahoma, Florida, Arizona and North Carolina.
US President Donald Trump announced plans to hold campaign rallies in four states on Wednesday: Oklahoma, Florida, Arizona and North Carolina. The White House tenant has made no secret that he is anxious to find the country stands, which were abandoned in March due to the coronavirus epidemic.
His team has at this stage provided no indication of the health conditions under which these large gatherings will be organized to prevent the spread of the virus. In three of these four states – Arizona, Florida, North Carolina – the number of Covid-19 cases is on the rise, according to data from the New York Times.
“We are going to start our meetings, we think the first one will probably take place in Tulsa, Oklahoma,” he told a White House roundtable. “There will be a huge one in Florida, they will all be huge,” he said.