Tuesday, President Trump will draw a crowd as he visits Arizona to remind voters of 1 of his Key 2016 campaign promises, Build the Wall!
President Trump’s focus on construction of his promised border wall is meant to shore up support with his most loyal supporters.
The focus has sharpened on President Trump’s visit to Arizona, which doubles as both a Y 2020 battleground state and a C-19 coronavirus testing hotspot.
The President will travel to Yuma to mark the construction of more than 200 miles of wall along the US-Mexico border, an issue that he built his campaign on 4 yrs ago.
Later he will address a group of Young Republicans at a Phoenix megachurch, where we expect thousands to attend.
President Trump has refused to wear a mask in public, instead turning it into a Red Vs Blue political issue.
Polling indicates that Republican are less likely to wear a face covering than Democrats despite some health experts’ warnings that it dramatically reduces the risk of transmitting The China Virus.
The “Students for Trump” event will be held at the Dream City Church and broadcast to groups across the nation.
It is being hosted by Turning Point USA, a group founded by Trump ally Charlie Kirk. Organizers said health and safety measures have been finalized and it was not clear if attendees would be asked to wear masks.
Since late May, Arizona has emerged as 1 of the nation’s most active hotspots for the spread of C-19 due to its migrant labor force and illegal immigration from mesoAmerica.
Republican Governor Doug Ducey, a Trump supporter, reversed himself last week and allowed cities and counties to require people to wear masks in public places. Most have, including Phoenix and Yuma and the counties that surround them.
President Trump’s visit to the Phoenix mega church will come on the same day that VP Pence kicks off a faith-centered tour, highlighting the central position that religious conservatives continue to occupy in the President’s base.
President Trump’s 1st visit to the southern border in more than a year comes a day after another hardline immigration move.
The Trump Administration said Monday that it was extending a ban on green cards issued outside the United States until the end of the year and adding many temporary work visas to the freeze, including those used heavily by technology companies and multinational corporations to free up jobs for Americans in an economy recovering from the medical malpractice chaos.
Have a healthy day, Keep the Faith!