President Trump, Next Week Planning To Visit Arizona Amid Of Virus, Leaving The Restrictions
Sources say that President Trump is going to visit Phoenix next Tuesday, lifting the confines, and will travel to another county for the first after a month. The restrictions are pushed back by the administration to lift some strictness, which has caused lots of harm to the economy of the United States.
According to Judd Deere, a spokesman from White House says that the President has decided to visit Honeywell, an aerospace facility which has expanded their production into manufacturing the N-95 mask so as to meet the demands and provided them to frontline health workers and doctors who are working to treat the infected patients.
Judd Deere said, “The visit will highlight Honeywell’s investment in critical medical equipment products within the United States and the addition of 500 manufacturing jobs in Arizona,” He further added that, “President Trump and his Administration, and the Coronavirus Task Force continue to lead the fight for Arizona and the country against this invisible enemy.”
During the roundtable conference on Wednesday, President Trump has revealed his plans to travel and visit some companies like Wynn Resorts, Waffle House, and Hilton.
After the conference, the President told the reporters, “I think I’m going to Arizona next week. We look forward to that. And I’m going to, I hope, Ohio very soon.”
The visit has been planned to Arizona and maybe to Ohio as both the regions are considered as the battleground for upcoming elections in November, which has also made the President to lift the restrictions even after increasing pandemic spread and allows people to go for work and re-open the businesses as well as schools.
President Trump has traveled to Norfolk, Virginia, last and didn’t travel anywhere since 28 March. There he sent off the UNSN Comfort to assist New York City’s growing number of coronavirus patients. Sources reveal that the President will also visit the U.S. Military Academy, which is situated at West Point for commencement on 13 June.
On Wednesday, the President told the reporters, “We’re going to start to move around, and hopefully in the not-too-distant future, we’ll have some massive rallies, and people will be sitting next to each other. I can’t imagine a rally where you have every fourth seat full – every sixth seat’s empty for everyone that you have full. That wouldn’t look too good.” Trump added,
“I hope we’re going to be able to do some good old-fashioned 25,000-person rallies where everyone is going wild because they love our country.”