Trump reappears in public


Washington, United States


The president of the United States, Donald Trump, yesterday led his first public act since he was diagnosed last week with coronavirus, in which he dedicated his message to law enforcement, blacks and Hispanics in the face of what he considered the “Most important election in the history” of the country.

An energetic Trump addressed a large group of people from the balcony of the White House, mostly young people in blue T-shirts and red caps with the inscription ‘Make America Great Again’ (‘Make America Great Again’ ).

What he called peaceful protest for ‘Law and Order’ became an act of support for the convalescent ruler, to whom the attendees shouted slogans such as’ four more years’ or ‘we love you’, to which he responded with a ‘ I also love them’.

Trump began his speech, of just over 15 minutes, assuring that he was “very well”, but also thanking his followers.

“I want to thank you for your prayers,” said Trump, who considered that they have been “an incredible outpouring” for him and the first lady.

The report by the US president’s doctor, Sean Conley, has not yet been known, who anticipated on Thursday that Trump could return to participate in public events given his positive evolution.

Trump has shown no symptoms of covid-19 since Tuesday, after being hospitalized for the weekend after his diagnosis and suffering from fever, fatigue and at least two drops in oxygen level.

By law and order

The event was called by Trump a peaceful protest “in support of the incredible men and women of law enforcement.”

Even the attendees’ shirts read ‘Blexit’, alluding to a movement led by the Republican influencer and one of the organizers of the event Candace Owens.

Inspired by the term “Brexit used to define the UK’s exit from the European Union, Owens supports an” exit “or” separation “of blacks from the Democratic Party.

Defend plan against pandemic

Donald Trump stressed that the country “has seen the least economic contraction of any major nation anywhere in the world,” but warned that his opponents “will crush the resurgence with unscientific confinements.”

“African Americans and Latin Americans are rejecting the radical socialist left and embracing our pro-employment, pro-worker, and pro-American agenda,” Trump added.


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