The American President Donald Trump moves due to a storm warning for Saturday's scheduled election campaign event in the state of New Hampshire. The appearance would be postponed due to a "major storm" to "one or two weeks," said Trump spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany on Friday. Meteorologists warn that because of the tropical storm Fay in front of heavy rains and strong winds in the North-East of the United States, where New Hampshire is.
Trump had planned for Saturday with a speech before supporters at an open-air event in the city of Portsmouth. Critics warned of the risk of Coronavirus infections.
The President was forced in June in Tulsa in the state of Oklahoma after three and a half months of Corona break his campaign events again. Trump has performed in front of thousands of supporters in an Arena that very few people wore protective masks. In the result, it was found figures in the city, a significant increase in the Infection.
Trump is less than four months before the presidential election of 3. November in polls behind his democratic Challenger Joe Biden. He focuses on large-scale events in order to mobilize his followers.Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 23:19