President TrumpDonald John Trumppelosi, Blamenaur condemned Trump’s ‘disgusting abuses of power’ against Oregon protesters. Federal Agents Deployed in Portland Did Not Have Training in Riot Control: NYT Trump Administration Seeks to Block Funding for CDC, Tracing and Trial in New Relief Bill: Report More The South Lawn of the White House went on to applause from supporters on Thursday as it set out to defer its efforts to reverse the rules.
He was an empty bed, filled with one side, to describe the “freedom of freedom” by a blue truck and “the other side” by a red truck. Overhead, the term “Trump administration” in an industrial-sized crane was printed in clear view.
The president proceeded to deliver a speech that did not announce any new policy, but the Democratic Democratic presidential candidate was heavily attacked. Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump turns White House in background for political events Democrats raise alarm about new US human rights priorities Democrats hold for major police reform And his stage.
The incident is a recent example of how Trump has turned the White House into his favorite campaign backdrop, as it makes his trademark rallies impractical as a coronovirus epidemic.
In the process, Trump is breaking from decades of practice by previous presidents.
Barbara Perry said, “What happened to me is that she can’t go out to wreck the swamp and politics that she does so well and obviously she loves her base, and that’s why she ducks And brought the mare to the rose garden. ” Presidential Scholar at the Miller Center at the University of Virginia.
The White House saw Trump as an opportunity to reverse his agenda with Biden, as the 2020 election draws near.
The incident with Crane at the White House this week was not Trump’s only political event.
On Tuesday, the White House announced a press conference, which turned into an announcement on US policy toward Hong Kong.
Subsequently, this turned into a flurry of attacks on Biden, who is leading Trump nationally and in swing state elections. Republicans were among those criticizing the president over substance and political strategy.
Karl RoveCarl Christian Rowtrump turned the White House into a backdrop for political events. Hill’s morning report – submitted by Facebook – Justice Manhattan prosecutor, but not Congress, may have Trump tax records Hill’s morning report – submitted on Facebook – Trump takes over schools on CDC, Former President George W. Bush’s chief of staff argued on Fox News that Trump should have made more focused remarks on China and Hong Kong and spent less time attacking his Democratic opponent.
“Rule No. 1 if you are a non-consecutive president running for election. Your most powerful presence is as the President of the United States, ”Rowe said on Wednesday.
“You have the biggest megaphone, the biggest platform and you have the greatest ability to control the quality and content and direction of your message if you act this way. Do not use presidential events as campaign events, and turn campaign events into presidential events, ”said Rowe, who is informally advising the Trump campaign.
GSP strategist and former spokesman in Bush’s White House, Alex Connott, echoed those criticisms in an interview.
“One benefit that the president is running for is that of the White House,” said Convent. “When you are in the Rose Garden you don’t have to be overly political to score political points.”
In addition to the Rose Garden speech, Trump visited Biden during an event this week in the former chamber highlighting positive actions by law enforcement. His prepared remarks during the deregulation event on the South Lawn were attributed to a campaign-rally style warning that Biden’s platform “jeopardized our entire economy and our way of life.”
The White House has criticized Trump’s use of White House background for politically charged comments.
“I don’t find anything inappropriate with the comment the Chief has made,” Chief of Staff Mark meadowsMark Randall Meadows Trump Turns Into White House Background for Political Events Preview on Sunday: Trump, Lawmakers COVID-19, Trump in the midst of virus surge over masks and school reopenings says Trump mandates more national mask Will not done Trump told reporters this week, highlighting policy differences with Biden.
Press Secretary Kayle McKenney said on a question about one of Trump’s anti-Biden screws, “Your real problem was that the President made a very good, powerful speech from Rose Garden.”
McEnany was quick to state that the Hatch Act, which prohibits White House staff from engaging in partisan political activities, does not apply to the President or Vice President.
But experts say compliance with the Hatch Act is not at issue with Trump’s recent events. Instead, they argue that Trump has been using taxpayer dollars to fund attacks on his speculative rival and has been saying for decades past how past presidents have drawn the line between governance and campaigning.
“I think that what has been demonstrated is that as the president feels more and more insecure politically and electorally, he and his staff are in line with federal ethics laws to help pump up their voting numbers. Are furthering the abuse, “said Donald Varman, deputy, director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a watchdog group that has repeatedly criticized the Trump administration.
The Rose Garden has been traditionally used by presidents to welcome foreign leaders, championship sports teams, pardon turkeys and deliver key addresses. But Trump has been more Brazen, using it to defer his accomplishments and take a pause from the script.
“At least in practice, the president is much more restrained in establishing the White House,” said Julian Zelezer, a political history professor at Princeton University. “You try to create a different kind of feeling between governance and election campaigning and obviously whatever a president says, it is intensely political, especially in the election year. But there are still attempts to separate them. “
“President Trump has reduced any kind of restraint and obstruction and all goes out in the election campaign and I think that is the reaction of the people,” Zeller said.
Trump, in 2016, while he was campaigning in office, flouted morality norms and refused to put his business interests in a blind faith. He regularly promotes associates’ books on Twitter, travels to his properties on weekends and sparked fresh controversy this week by posing for a picture with Goya products after the company’s CEO, Trump supporter, Trump’s Criticized for support.
The president has shown no signs that he intends to use White House events to send his 2020 campaign message.
“So I want to thank everyone,” Trump said after speaking for more than an hour, “and we’ll do these conferences again.”