Pres. Trump is congratulating Florida for being "open for business" during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At his first campaign rally since recovering from the coronavirus, the president told a crowd of thousands on the tarmac at the Orlando-Sanford International Airport that everybody willing to get out there should do so. But, he also said it's okay for those worried about the virus to stay at home.
Prior to the event, Trump's physician, Dr. Sean Conley, said the president tested negative for the coronavirus on consecutive days.
The white House doctor says this shows that Trump is no longer a risk to infect others.
The president was feeling the love from his supporters last night. At one point, the crowd chanted "we love you!"
At another point, Trump was expressing how great he felt since recovering from COVID-19 that he wanted to walk into the crowd and kiss everybody.
Democrat Presidential Nominee Joe Biden will be in South Florida today, holding "drive-in" rallies in Broward County.
Meanwhile, the former vice president made a couple of gaffes during campaigning yesterday.
While closing his stump speech at a campaign drive-in event in Toledo, Biden touted America's ability to come out of a national crisis "stronger" than it was coming in.
But in making his point, the presidential nominee mistakenly said he was the Senate nominee.
"I'm running as a proud Democrat for the Senate."
The moment was reminiscent of this one from back in February, when he also said he was running for the Senate.
Biden also had a moment on his way to yesterday's Ohio rally.
He was asked if Judge Amy Coney Barrett's faith should be "considered" during her confirmation to the Supreme Court, something the Democrat nominee rejected. But in giving his explanation, he appeared to forget Mitt Romney's name.
While Biden heads to Florida, Pres. Trump heads to Pennsylvania. He will also hold events in Iowa and North Carolina this week.
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