Donald Trump returns to the electoral arena after COVID-19, I feel powerful
President Donald Trump returned to the front line of the electoral campaign in Florida, ensuring that he is in top shape three weeks before the elections that will measure him against Democrat Joe Biden.
I had it and now they say I am immunized, the 74-year-old US president launched before a crowd of thousands of followers, few of whom wore masks. "I feel powerful!" "I will walk in this crowd, I will kiss everyone, I will kiss the men and the magnificent women," he added with a laugh.
Trump's medical team announced that he had tested negative for COVID-19 and was not contagious shortly before his trip to Florida, the first of four key states he plans to visit this week to try to reduce Biden's lead in polls, in the final stretch to the November 3 US presidential election.
Exhibiting undeniable momentum a week after leaving the hospital, Trump addressed the usual themes of his campaign: trickster Hillary Clinton and the corrupt press, and alarmist warnings against the radical left and the socialist nightmare.
He also threw scathing darts at his rival, whom he calls Sleepy Joe, ensuring that he attracts almost no one in his actions.
Joe Biden, who has not participated in any mass event for months, insisting on the need to respect the instructions of the health authorities.