The President of the United States, Donald Trump, postponed a rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire this Friday for alleging “bad weather conditions”.
As the White House press chief Kayleigh McEnany confirmed, the rally will be postponed by a week or two due to the expected rainfall in the region. However, the decision was made after the event was shot at by the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump had already hinted at the tropical storm ‘Fay’ before leaving for the state of Florida this Friday. So he emphasized that he monitors the progress of the meteorological situation.
“The rally planned for this Saturday in Portsmouth was postponed due to the storm for security reasons. A new date for the celebration is being set,” confirmed the campaign of the New York magnate.