Orlando. The US Presidential Election 2020 is going to be held in the United States on November 3 and there are only a few days left in it. In such a situation, rallies are being organized by both the contestants. At the same time, various ways are being tried in rallies to get voters in their favor.
President Donald Trump has also tried to woo voters by doing an inappropriate act at a rally. This video of Trump is becoming increasingly viral on social media. Indeed, after recovering from a Corona virus infection, Trump addressed a massive election rally in Sandford, Orland.
Addressing the rally, Trump said that after coming out of the Corona transition, they are now feeling more powerful than before. In his 65-minute speech, Trump said the same thing about the corona virus, that he now feels stronger than ever.
Seeing the crowd at the Sandford rally, Donald Trump began to dance on stage. People who came to the rally were thrilled to see this dance of Trump. As soon as Trump began to dance on stage, the fans who wanted him expressed their support by making noise from below. Now this video of Trump is becoming increasingly viral on social media. However, opposition parties are making fun of this act of Trump.
— Ryann McEnany (@RyannMcEnany) October 13, 2020
Opposition criticizes Trump
While addressing another Trump rally, voters are trying to create a buzz among voters, while their critics are making fun of this dance video. Critics are saying that Trump is trying to show that he has recovered completely.
Critics say that Trump, who has been infected with Corona, is dancing in such a rally where his supporters are not following any social distancing and wearing masks. Seeing this, Trump is not appealing to his supporters.
Let me tell you that Trump, after recovering from Corona, plans to campaign in four states, the first of them being Florida. They are going to campaign loudly in different states in the next four days. It is known that more than 2 lakh people have died due to corona epidemic in America, while more than 8 million people have been infected.