Trump Campaign Gives Updates on Remaining Presidential Debates

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Towards the end of last week, the nation learned that President Trump tested positive for COVID-19. The president’s positive diagnosis arrived days after he debated Joe Biden and amid reports that others in Trump’s inner circle also contracted coronavirus.
On late Friday afternoon, the president of the United States went to Walter Reed Hospital. Since his time in the facility, Trump has given a series of video updates, letting the American people know that he’s on the road to recovery. Meanwhile, various Republicans claim to have spoken with the president and are confident that he’ll beat the virus.

In light of news that Trump is battling coronavirus, there are questions about whether or not the two additional planned debates against Joe Biden will happen.
However, according to David Bossie, an adviser to the president’s re-election campaign, Americans should still expect to see two more rounds of Trump vs. Biden, reports Breitbart News.

What to Know about the Remaining Presidential Debates

Yesterday, Bossie sat down with Fox & Friends in order to update Americans on the Trump campaign’s plans, with less than one month left before the election. While on air, Bossie declared that the remaining two presidential debates will still take place, even if the dates require slight postponements.
Bossie additionally informed that there is “no reason” why Trump cannot debate Biden twice more. After noting the imperative nature of the president’s recovery, the Trump campaign adviser reminded Americans that Trump is a “fighter,” hence why he won the 2016 election.

Between now and Election Day, the Trump campaign will continue its hard work. As the president recovers from COVID-19, Vice President Mike Pence will take a more active role in the Trump campaign.
Furthermore, Americans should expect to learn more about Trump’s presidential accomplishments and his work to foster new jobs, decrease taxes, and improve Americans’ quality of life.

Support for President Trump

The president’s recent contraction of COVID-19 has not lessened support from the American people; as a matter of fact, a new poll shows that Trump’s support actually surged following Tuesday night’s debate against Biden and later news of Trump’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

To show their support, many Trump fans have peacefully demonstrated outside of Walter Reed Hospital. Holding up Trump signs, American flags, and other related signage, Trump supporters are vowing to stand by and fight for the president since he has done the same for them.
Are you looking forward to seeing President Trump debate Joe Biden two more times? Do you think the original dates of the 15th and 22nd will have to be delayed a bit? Enlighten us with your thoughts in the comments section below!