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Trump gives up major campaign acts and starts a round of video conferencing

The President of the United States, Donald Trump, starred in his first “Telemitin” with supporters from Wisconsin this Saturday, confirming that his campaign has foregone the major mass events.

“I wanted to be with you and so we’re going to replace our actions that we like so much. We have had great meetings in Wisconsin and across the country (unfortunately) until this is resolved and we are doing very well with them Therapies and vaccines, but until that is resolved, it will be difficult to celebrate these massive events, “he said.

“So I’ll be on the phone and we’ll call them Trump Rallies, but we’ll be on the phone and we’ll connect a lot of people and I appreciate that,” he added.

Trump gives up major campaign acts and starts a round of video conferencing
Trump gives up major campaign acts and starts a round of video conferencing

Trump’s last major campaign event took place on June 20 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where around 6,200 people, less than a third of the expected, attended a Trump rally at the BOK Center. The law was maintained despite increasing urban contagion and discourse that contradicted the safeguarding of the most radical American rights.

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