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Trump Headed to Johnstown

President Donald Trump will officially be making his way to Johnstown on Tuesday. The Trump Campaign says the President will host a “Make America Great Again” Rally at the John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport Tuesday night at 7pm. The event will be the 2nd time the President has visited Johnstown. The President on Saturday returned to hosting public events, following his Coronavirus diagnosis earlier this month. The Airport’s Chairperson telling us Tuesday night’s rally will be at Nulton Aviation Services next to the main airport terminal. Doors open at 4pm.

President Trump making his first public appearance since testing positive for COVID-19. The President hosting an event on the South Lawn of the White House in front of hundreds of supporters Saturday. He told the crowd on hand that he’s feeling good and saying of the Coronavirus quote: “It is disappearing.” The President was released from Walter Reed Medical Center on Monday after four days receiving treatment. President Trump referenced his decision to leave Walter Reed Hospital to waive to supporters, saying he would do it again. The President hoping to appeal to minority voters saying again Saturday he has done more for black Americans than any President since Abraham Lincoln.

Meanwhile, Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden making a stop in Erie, PA on Saturday. The former Vice President at his “Build Back Better” event telling the small group gathered that while he’s running as a Democrat, if elected he would serve in as an American. Biden was asked again Saturday if he would add seats to the Supreme Court if he becomes President. He said instead that the Republicans are the ones packing the court by pushing for a vote on Amy Coney Barrett during an election. Biden telling Erie residents they deserve a President who understands and addresses their challenges. The former Vice President did state he will accept the results of the upcoming election.

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