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- Trump did not say anything about epidemic deaths in the country, while hundreds of people are still dying in the country.
- Defending the rally, Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtag said – if thousands of people can take to the streets and protest, then why not come to the rally
US President Donald Trump held the first indoor rally at a manufacturing plant in Nevada. Here, more than 50 people are banned from the state government at any indoor place. Trump broke this state rule. Thousands of supporters reached this rally on Sunday night. Most of them arrived without wearing face masks. An attempt to follow social distancing was not seen at the venue of the rally. Supporters in caps wearing Trump campaign slogans were sitting around on folding chairs.
According to the website of the extreme manufacturing plant which rallied, neither meeting is allowed nor more than 10 people are allowed to attend the plant. Many people were seen standing outside when there was no space inside the plant to attend the rally. There were some of them who brought young children with them.
Trump tried to surround BidenIn his speech, Trump attacked former Vice President Joe Biden as usual. He was falsely accused of waging a dangerous war against the police. Trump taunts Biden – he has been shot and everyone knows this. Hearing this, the crowd of Trump supporters present there shouted excitedly. Meanwhile, a protestor also tried to stop Trump's speech. On this, the people present there shouted slogans that 'All Lives Matter' means that everyone's life matters.
Attempt to woo Latino voters
From this rally, Trump tried to woo people (Latino voters) from Latin American countries living in Nevada. Trump received just 17% of Latino votes in Nevada in the last election. At the same time, Senator Bernin Sanders received 50% of the vote. Trump claimed that if elected President of the opposition party Democratic, it would be dangerous for people of Spanish descent (Hispanic-Americans) living in the US.
Trump started politics by calling the people of Mexico as 'ripists' and promoting drugs and crime in the country. However, before the rally he held round table meetings with small traders from other Latin American countries, including Mexico. At the rally he said- some say call us Latino, some say call us Hispanic. At the same time, some people say that they will call whatever they want. We love you
This rally took place after the postponement of two outdoor rallies
The indoor rally was postponed following two outdoor rallies. One of these was to be held at the hangar of Reno-Tahoe Airport. According to the Airport Authority, this rally was postponed due to a ban on the gathering of more than 50 people there. After this, attempts to hold rallies in five other places also failed. All the venues of the outdoor rally were blocked by the Governor. In the end it was decided to do it at the manufacturing plant. During this time extra ventilation was arranged and the doors were kept open.
Trump campaign defended the rally
Defending the rally, Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtag said – if thousands of people can take to the streets and protest. Can gamble in casinos. If you can burn small shops in riots, then you can also unite to listen to the President of America peacefully. At the same time, the Democrat Party criticized Trump's rally. Nevada Governor and Democrat Leader Steve Sisolac tweeted – This is an insult to every person in Nevada who obeyed the government's guidelines. Trump has endangered countless lives for his selfishness. This is about to reverse the steps taken by us in recent times to defeat the epidemic.
Many people were infected after Trump's last rally
Trump had previously rallied in Tulsa and Oklahoma on June 20 when the stadium was empty, so he tried to make the rally fun. He did not say anything about epidemic deaths in the country, while hundreds of people are still dying in the country. As of August 13, there were 73 thousand 648 cases in Nevada and 1454 deaths. After Trump's Tulsa rally, health officials said there was a spurt in infection cases in the area. These people met positive after returning from the rally.