President TrumpDonald John Trump Michigan court overturns absentee vote extension of Trump jokes, he will ‘find a way’ to fire Government DeSantis if he loses Florida Biden, hits Trump’s response to attempted kidnapping of Michigan governor: ‘What the hell is wrong with this guy? ‘ MORE on Saturday, he said he was hoping for the Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris was “in good shape” after an aide and crew member involved in Joe BidenJoe Biden Trump jokes that he ‘finds a way’ to fire Government DeSantis if he loses Florida Biden hits Trump’s response to attempted kidnapping of the Michigan governor: ‘What the hell is wrong with this guy?’ Trump further if Biden wins: ‘Maybe I’ll have to leave the country’ MOREThe presidential campaign tested positive for COVID-19 this week, with the president adding: “We wish her all the best.”
While we were talking to a group of followers on his rally i Muskegon, Mich., On Saturday night, Trump brought up the California senator after making allegations that the “radical left” was “eradicating our history” by calling for statues of historical figures including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson to be taken down. Both of these figures were bound to slavery.
“What about his vice presidential candidate? And by the way – ”Trump said and paused as his crowd began to boo.
“By the way,” the president continued, “I hope she’s in good shape because a number of people in her group have caught COVID, COVID as they say, so we wish her all the best.”
“Do we wish her the best? Yes we do. We do, ”Trump continued. “We hope she’s well.”
“But she’s now, I think she’s in seclusion, right?” Trump, who temporarily left the campaign trail after his coronavirus diagnosis earlier this month, asked the audience.
Harris had suspended her campaign trip this week after she was informed of the positive tests of an abundance of caution.
The campaign announced Saturday afternoon she returns to the campaign track Monday with scheduled trips to Orlando and Jacksonville, Fla., For the first day of personal voting in the battlefield.
Biden campaign manager Jen O’Malley Dillon said in a statement Thursday that while none of the infected individuals were in close contact with Harris or Biden, Harris’ trip would be canceled by Sunday to minimize the risk.
“Whether out of an abundance of caution and in line with our campaign’s commitment to the highest levels of caution, we cancel Senator Harris’ journey through Sunday, October 18, but she will maintain a robust and aggressive schedule of virtual campaign activities to reach voters. across the country during this time, ”Dillon said in the statement.