Donald Trump made this big announcement about suspending his campaign due to coronavirus
Coronavirus is causing a stock market plunge and companies to cancel conferences and large public gatherings.
But there is one questions as to how it will affect the 2020 Presidential campaign.
And Donald Trump made this big announcement about suspending his campaign due to coronavirus.
Some fake news reporters are beginning to demand Donald Trump cancel his campaign rallies over fears of spreading the coronavirus.
So-called “journalists” want Trump off the campaign trail so Joe Biden can gain an advantage while campaigning across the country.
The Trump campaign answered questions about canceling rallies by informing reporters that the campaign would proceed as scheduled.
“What we’re doing at the campaign is proceeding as normal,” Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh told the press.” Murtaugh added. “The campaign is proceeding as normally.”
Murtaugh declared the President traveling the country and being with the people would send a reassuring signal to the public not engage in unnecessary panic and hysteria.
“Americans want to see their president, their elected officials, their government acting in ways that protect the safety of the citizens and the national security of this country,” Murtaugh said.
Elected officials must always walk a delicate balance in these situations.
Putting the public health first is always their goal.
That is no different with President Trump.
But you have to show the citizens that – if they take the necessary precautions – life can go on.
The coronavirus is most deadly to older Americans with underlying health issues.
Unlike the 1918 Spanish Flu – which is the most deadly pandemic in modern history – coronavirus hasn’t been proven to be lethal for most young and healthy people.
The President’s campaign will continue to hold rallies and conduct business as normal until such time as the experts and public health officials in the administration say they must stop.