Were TikTokers and K-pop stans really behind Trump's low rally turnout?

GOP Presidential Nominee Donald Trump Campaigns In Charlotte North Carolina

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A White House official later told AFP that Trump was joking, prompting more anger from critics who said he should not make light of a pandemic that has killed 120,000 Americans.

"It could get up to 150", Trump said in an interview with the cable television channel Spectrum News.

According to a June poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say they're very anxious about themselves or someone in their family being infected with the virus.

Layoffs caused by the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. passed 45.7 million last week, and although many jobs will come back as the country reopens, there are worries that some have been irrevocably lost by the heavy financial impact on businesses and local governments. "If you would like to attend the event and see President Trump, please come to the venue". The president was either owned by teens, or he just found out that not that many people were willing to risk their lives to go to a rally to stare at the back of his orange head.

"We have kids, with sniffles, and all of the sudden we report a case and they're in no danger whatsoever", the President added. And though the United States may have conducted the most coronavirus tests compared to any other country, it has lagged behind in testing per capita. She proceeded by boasting about America's testing capabilities and saying "any suggestion that testing has been curtailed is not rooted in fact".

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The moon is in front of the sun and looks like a dark disk on top of an even larger disk which appears like a ring of fire. Across the world, the eclipse in various phases had occurred between 9:36am to 3:34pm on Sunday.

Police arrested Sheila Buck Saturday morning after they say she refused to leave a gated area near the BOK Center.

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The move will affect 525,000 jobs in the U.S., which is now reeling from a high unemployment rate caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

"President Trump is trying to say 'no, China, I will label this virus for its place of origin, '" Ms McEnany said.

"There was the presumption that the risk calculus was being made very, very differently by Trump supporters and was broad enough to fill up that arena", said Matt Bennett, executive vice president at the center-left Washington think-tank, the Third Way.

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