Trump demanded that Pennsylvania return to normal operations

The President held another open-air rally with thousands of supporters amid the growing incidence of COVID – 19 in the state.

WASHINGTON state-US President Donald Trump demanded that Pennsylvania return to normal operations when the state is experiencing a surge in the incidence of coronavirus.

“What the hell is going on in Pennsylvania?” Trump asked the crowd at a rally at Erie International airport in the Western part of an important undecided state before the November 3 general election.

Expressing frustration over the pandemic restrictions imposed by democratic Governor Tom Wolf, the President said that “Pennsylvania has been closed long enough.”

“Require your Governor to open Pennsylvania,” Trump said.

The number of state residents hospitalized for COVID-19 has doubled in the past four weeks but is still at least three times less than the late-April peak.

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence often hold campaign events in the state, which is considered crucial to their election victory in two weeks.

On Tuesday, the President made it clear that he believes Pennsylvania is the key to his re-election.

“If we win in Pennsylvania, we win overall,” he told the audience.

Wolf criticized the Trump campaign for holding “unsafe rallies that put Pennsylvania residents at risk” of contracting the coronavirus.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who was born in Pennsylvania, was also a frequent visitor to the state but followed social distancing guidelines by minimizing the number of participants and requiring them to wear masks.

Biden did not have campaign events on Tuesday but remained in Wilmington, Delaware.

Addressing thousands of supporters in Erie who stood shoulder to shoulder, Trump said he didn’t expect to campaign in the city this year.

“I must honestly say that I had absolutely no intention of coming,” the President said. “But then we were attacked by this plague, and I had to get to work.”

“During his 56-minute speech in Erie, the President said that the US government is “crushing the virus,” that the situation in the country is much better than in Europe, and the pandemic is “ending.”

Biden has repeatedly accused the President of deliberately downplaying the risk of illness, calling Trump’s behavior “close to a crime.”

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
Function: Chief-Editor
130 number 0.212185 time