Trump Announces Hundreds-Invited White House Event Saturday and Florida Rally Sunday | Nancy Pelosi asks to evaluate Trump’s health to see if he is “fit” to govern | The president responds to the request of the president of the House of Representatives calling her “crazy”
The second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, which was to take place on Thursday, October 15, has been canceled. The Electoral Debate Commission announced it this afternoon after several days of tension between the two campaigns. It had to be a debate with questions from the public. The decision comes after two days of tension in which the Democratic team demanded guarantees of the president’s health, then it was decided to hold a virtual debate and, finally, the Commission has thrown in the towel. Both candidates, in addition, had announced their own electoral events for that night. At the moment, the debate on October 22 remains.
Donald Trump has called an event tomorrow Saturday at the White House with “hundreds of guests” to give a speech on law and order. The president, waiting for the doctors to say otherwise, is still infected with covid-19 and is in the key days to determine the evolution of the disease. The more than 30 infections around the White House originated precisely in another event with hundreds of guests, at the end of September. At this Saturday’s event, Trump will speak from the balcony of the White House. In addition, he just announced that he will hold a rally at the Orlando, Florida airport on Monday. That is, the infected president will travel on a plane with the usual environment and will address his followers face to face for the first time since he did so two Thursdays ago in New Jersey, the last public event he attended.
Before these Trump movements were known, the Democratic party in the United States House of Representatives has proposed this Friday to create a commission to evaluate the physical and mental health of President Donald Trump to see if he is “qualified” to govern. The president has responded to the request by calling Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi “crazy” and has assured regarding her health: “It is possible that I would not have recovered if it were not for Regeneron’s therapy.” After registering himself, the Republican announced on Thursday that he considered a “waste of time” to participate in a virtual debate against his rival Joe Biden and that therefore he will not attend the appointment next Thursday, October 15.
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