President Trump says he plans to hold his first campaign rally since the Corona virus epidemic began in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Speaking to reporters at the White House on Wednesday, Trump said he plans to hold rallies in Arizona, Florida and North Carolina later.
The Tulsa rally is scheduled for Friday, June 19. This is the first time since the March 2 rally in Charlotte, North Carolina.
“We’ve got a great run of rallies.
“They’ve done a great job with COVID, as you know, in the state of Oklahoma,” Trump said.
He added: “We’re heading to North Carolina at the right time. The governor is a little back there, a little behind. “
In a tweet on Tuesday, Trump wrote The rallies have a “huge need” and they teased that “it will resume soon and maybe next week.”
The worst rallies are seen by Trump and his allies as important ground-breaking events. They also receive significant free advertising for Trump in the swing-state markets.
In an interview with the Oval Office last month, Trump told The Post that he would be “at a disadvantage” if the COVID-19 rally was blocked before November.
“I hope we can pull back the rallies before the election. I think this is very important,” Trump said in an interview.
“I think this is going to be a big – a big disadvantage for me if we don’t do it and get back to the rallies,” he continued. “People love rallies. They want to be so bad. They were informative, but they were fun. “