Trump is planning a New Hampshire rally as he works to re-energize the campaign

Trump is planning a New Hampshire rally as he works to re-energize the campaign

President Donald Trump planned a public rally one after another in Tulsa, Oklahoma last month to campaign for the coronavirus era that his advisers failed to pull off.

The campaign was announced at the end of Sunday's rally at the end of the holiday weekend, which affirmed its pledge to lose to Republicans in the so-called "radical left" election because the election is with Democratic nominee former vice president Joe Biden. The re-election is shown on November 3.

The Trump campaign said the rally will take place at 8 p.m. Portsmouth International offers hand sanitizers and face masks at the airport and in coronavirus cases nationally.

"We look forward to celebrating America by attending a rally of many free patriots," Hogan Gidley, Trump's 2020 national press secretary, said in a statement.

Ray Buckley, chairman of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, said Trump would expose his "weakly inadequate" reason for fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Trump lost Democrat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Coronavirus cases in 39 U.S. states are shading the July celebrations this weekend, and health professionals are concerned about the rise in infections that holiday parties are affecting hospitals.

According to Reuters counts, in the first four days of July, 15 states saw a record rise in new cases of COVID-19, which infected approximately 3 million Americans and killed 130,000.

Hoping to end his recession in the polls, Trump is looking at ways to shift his message to staff and attract support beyond his conservative base. He wants to focus on his ability to lead the nation's economic recovery, which is a bright spot in the polls.

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