Biden campaign manager on Trump’s return at rallies: ‘people will die’

She said she was “horrified” to see the pictures from the day when about 100 Trump supporters packed into a ballroom in Arizona, mostly masked, to be billed as a roundtable by a campaign.

“People will die because of these types of programs and it’s from the President of the United States,” she said. “And you see people who are probably not wearing masks or taking it seriously and you understand what this is like.”

Despite generally approving of Biden accepting diplomatic success in the White House, he said, Trump “just continues to suggest that we’re not in the midst of an epidemic and it’s really problematic, but a lack of leadership And it is shameful of their influence which we are going to continue to focus on. ”

The Trump campaign has repeatedly defended the resumption of campaign rallies amid an epidemic, with thousands of fans packing airplane hangars for events in recent weeks, mostly avoiding safety precautions such as masks and physical disturbances. The campaign has argued that it is a voter’s choice to attend Trump’s rallies, which O’Malley Dillon has described as “superspreader” events for coronaviruses.

Until last month, Biden was criticized for his relatively light campaign schedule during the epidemic, opposing purely virtual events. They have resumed the campaign journey, with small events where masks and social distances are ubiquitous.