Trump rallies Wisconsin faithful; ignores soaring COVID-19 numbers


JANESVILLE – President Donald Trump on Saturday defied guidance from health officials to rally supporters, contending he saved nearby Kenosha from looting and arson this summer, and proved with his own recovery that his response to COVID-19 is working.

The president didn’t mention that Wisconsin is one of the nation’s pandemic hotspots, with nearly 4,000 new cases reported just on Friday and a surge of infections that has pushed state officials to open a field hospital to give relief to hospitals in the northeastern part of the state. 

Instead, he ticked off what by now are familiar subjects along the Trump campaign trail — law enforcement, border security, the economy.

“I wish you had a Republican governor because, frankly, you’ve got to open your state up. You’ve got to open it up,” Trump told the crowd — even though Wisconsin currently has no statewide restrictions on gatherings, businesses or schools. 



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