(Miami) A Donald Trump campaign rally, scheduled for Saturday in New Hampshire as the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen in the United States, has been postponed in because of a “big storm,” the White House said Friday.
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The rally was postponed “for a week or two,” US executive spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany told reporters.
The event raised concerns because of the risk of contagion, after a previous meeting of the president, in Tulsa, Oklahoma on 16 June, which was followed by an outbreak of contamination two weeks later. The Tulsa rally, with its many rows of empty seats, had been viewed as a fiasco.
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