Trump continued: “Our doctors are smart people, so they mean’I’m sorry, but everyone died of Covid.” He asserted that every coronavirus death is worth “$2,000 more.” Provide more details.
The head of the American Medical Association condemned the attacks on the motives of medical staff during the pandemic last Friday, arguing that it was “malicious, atrocious and misleading compliance” without mentioning Trump’s name.
On the same day Trump made his comments, the United States officially exceeded 9 million confirmed Covid-19 cases, just two weeks after the virus passed the 8 million mark, because the virus continued to spread in most parts of the United States.
The Coordinator of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Deborah Birx, told the governor on a conference call on Friday that one-third or 1,200 counties in the country meet the definition of a “hot spot,” including in Wisconsin. A local event where Trump campaigned after his campaign in Michigan.
The youngest son, Donald Trump Jr., is the top representative of the campaign. The country has downplayed the country’s coronavirus death toll, which has quickly approached 230,000. He accepted Fox News on Thursday. Laura Ingraham (Laura Ingraham) of) said in an interview that “the number is almost non-existent.”
The pandemic has become the decisive issue in this year’s presidential election. Trump has stated that he was on a landslide in his second term before the virus came ashore earlier this year. When Biden sought to make the election a referendum for Trump’s leadership, he actively defended his government.
Biden said in Minnesota: “Donald Trump surrendered this virus by waving the white flag.”
Trump’s campaign is betting that voters’ constant reports of the pandemic will tire them and make him a better steward of economic recovery than Biden.
Trump said in Wisconsin, “Next year will be the greatest economic year in our country’s history.” “Joe Biden’s plan will postpone vaccination, postpone treatment, collapse the economy and block the entire country.”
The contrast between the two extends to their campaign style. Trump held his iconic large-scale rally in a noisy crowd-even in states that impose restrictions on mass gatherings-while the Biden camp emphasized the distance between driving into a room and society, and people honked their horns to show their approval. Instead of cheering.
But due to the virus, both candidates are fighting logistical challenges. A group of Trump supporters were stationed in Biden’s speech, and he could be heard chanting “four years” and sounding the horn in his speech, causing the former vice president to label them as “unpolite and ugly people.” .
Trump’s third event in Rochester, Minnesota that day was curtailed due to local Covid regulations. Many people who were not allowed to enter the airplane hangar gathered outside. Trump stayed in this situation during his speech, which was short-lived and lasted about 20 minutes.
Trump said: “They stayed here for a long time, they waited, and then the governor did bad things.” “What a pity. They waited here for a long time. I want to thank the thousands outside for being radicalized The Democrats are forbidden to enter, you are an American patriot.”