President Trump is back on the campaign trail even before the recommended 14 days of isolation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He returned to the campaign trail on Monday night in Sanford, Florida, without a mask distributing his merchandise to the crowd. Just a few hours before his campaign, Trump's physician, Sean Conley, announced that the president was no longer carrying the virus and isn't infectious as he tested negative for consecutive days. However, it is always suggested to avoid gatherings for all those who tested positive for the virus. Trump not only held a public rally but also boasted about his immunity in overcoming coronavirus.
On multiple occasions during his speech, Trump emphasized his health condition in front of numerous maskless people to make his point that he fought the virus. "I feel so powerful. It does give you a good feeling when you can beat something, and now they say you're immune," he said. To brag his immunity, Trump further added - "I'll walk into that audience. I'll walk in there. I'll kiss everyone in that audience. I'll kiss the guys and the beautiful women." Even though the health experts warned about 200,000 more deaths by 2021, President Trump insisted that "life would go back to normal." He also praised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for opening up tourism and businesses in the state. However, the reality looks scary as Florida is now the third-largest state with the most positive cases in the country, registering 5570 new cases in a single day.
In his speech, Trump mocked the Democratic presidential nominee. "Joe Biden would go for a draconian unscientific lockdown which would further delay the recovery of the country. When you're the president of the oldest democracy, you can't lock up everything and be in the basement and say, 'I'm not gonna bother with the world. Although it's risky, you have to get out and do the job," Trump said. Boasting about the size of his crowd, Trump attacked Biden for the smaller gatherings in his rallies. On the other hand, the country's top doctor Anthony Fauci expressed his displeasure and wariness about political rallies during the pandemic. Speaking to CNN, Fauci said - "Put aside all the political implications the rally might have. Purely for the safety of public health, there shouldn't be such rallies. We know that it's asking for trouble when you do such things.”
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