While most 74 year olds are "slowing down", President Trump is speeding up….and having a blast doing it!
Look at this amazing video….
He's just got done doing an hour and a half high-energy rally late into the night, it's pitch dark outside, he's worked like a dog all day long, and then when the Rally is over instead of packing up and crashing in Air Force One, he's out dancing on the stage to YMCA!
You gotta love this guy!
Here's another view:
Our President was really having fun last night.
Before busting out his dance moves, he said he was going to kiss everyone in the crowd because he was immune now to the COVID.
From the New York Post:
President Trump said he was “immune” from the coronavirus at a campaign rally in Florida on Monday night — and offered to kiss everyone in the audience to prove his resilience.
Trump was about 20 minutes into his speech in front of thousands of supporters at an airport hangar in Sanford when he made the offer to kiss the audience members.
“I feel so powerful … I’ll kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women,” he said. “I’ll just give you a big fat kiss.”
Trump then continued riffing on his bounce-back from his bout with COVID-19, saying he feels good after fighting off the virus.
“They say you’re immune. I don’t know for how long. Some people say for life, some people say for four months,” he said.
He also blasted Democrats for embracing state lockdowns as a measure to stop the spread of the virus.
“The lockdowns are doing tremendous damage to these Democrat-run states,” he said.
The crowd loved his energy and began cheering!
Menawhile, is Sleepy Joe still in his basement?
The Guardian has more details:
Keen to appear lively and well after his recent hospitalization for Covid-19, Donald Trump held his first rally since being diagnosed, addressing a packed, largely maskless crowd in Florida – a state he desperately needs to win.
“I feel so powerful,” he boasted to his cheering supporters, 11 days after announcing his infection. “I’ll walk into that audience. I’ll walk in there, I’ll kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women – everybody,” he added, his voice still a bit hoarse.
With just weeks to go before election day, and early voting under way, Trump has been eager to return to a full schedule of in-person rallies as he scrambles to hold on to supporters. Polls have his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, ahead by an average of 10.4 points as of Friday. Trump is also losing support from seniors, who are the most vulnerable in a pandemic that has already killed more than 214,000 Americans.
In a frenetic push to solidify support, Trump and his campaign have sought to downplay the threat of coronavirus. The president’s own demonstrations of reckless, maskless bravado appear to be key to that strategy, as Trump characterizes his opponent as frail and confined to his basement.
Seniors were among the crowd, who chanted “USA” and “We love you”, at the rally outside Orlando on Monday night. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention maintains that the highest risk events during the pandemic are “large in-person gatherings where it is difficult for individuals to remain spaced at least 6ft apart and attendees travel from outside the local area” – a description which more or less sums up a rally.
Although the rally was held outside, where the virus is less likely to spread, attendees’ lack of social distancing and masking at Trump events has raised concerns.
Earlier in the day, Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said holding large rallies was “asking for trouble”, telling CNN that Americans should be vigilant as coronavirus cases tick up in many parts of the country. “We’ve seen that when you have situations of congregate settings where there are a lot of people without masks, the data speak for themselves,” Fauci said. “It happens. And now is even more so a worse time to do that, because when you look at what’s going on in the United States, it’s really very troublesome.”
The president’s physician, meanwhile, issued a statement noting that Trump had been taking Abbott Pharmaceutical’s rapid tests and received negative results “on consecutive days”. As has been characteristic in recent weeks, Dr Sean Conley left out key information – including which days and how many. He also offered that the rapid tests – which are less accurate than PCR tests processed in labs – were not used “in isolation for the determination of the president’s negative status” and cited “additional clinical and laboratory data”, leaving many details of Trump’s condition vague.
This showcases President Trump's strength.
It also proves his resolve to fight for YOU, the American people!
We cannot allow the radical left to take over our government.
President Trump will continue to make America great for ALL Americans!