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On Wednesday, Pres. Trump told the media that he planned to visit Arizona next week and potentially Ohio “very soon.” This announcement marks one of the few times the Commander-in-chief would have left the White House since the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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via NBC News

“I think I’m going to Arizona next week, and we look forward to that,” Trump said during a roundtable event with business leaders at the White House.

Trump, has rarely left the White House amid the outbreak, said that the purpose of his visit to Arizona was “industry” related because it was “too soon for the big, for the big everybody get-together-and-stand-next-to-each other crowds.”

“And I’m going to, I hope, Ohio very soon,” Trump added.

Arizona and Ohio are important states in the 2020 presidential election. Trump won Ohio by eight percentage points in 2016 and Arizona by less than four points. Both states are on Democrats’ 2020 target list.

“I’ve been to the White House now for many months and I’d like to get out, as much as I love this. This is the most beautiful house in the world in my opinion, but I think there’s just a great demand to get out and, you know, get our country going again,” Trump said.

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Trump also said the federal government’s coronavirus social distancing guidelines will be “fading out.” The problem I see here, and it’s a small one right now until it becomes a larger one, regardless of what Pres. Trump says and does to calm Americans about the healing process from coronavirus; many Americans will use their judgment and their own time. I hope that nobody mistreats others for trying to be safe for their families.

Whenever there’s an event, people adjust their lives accordingly until such time they are comfortable. History shows 50% will venture back, and 50% will not until they feel safe. Many businesses cannot survive with a 50% reduction in revenue, and that’s a huge problem or will be.

I am not stupid, but I am optimistic. Many say our economy will take 2-5 years to get back to normal. I don’t think it will be that long. Once everything opens up, the government subsidies will go away, along with millions of jobs. We will get back to normal, but it’s going to be a long and slow process.

Trump has some clean up to do from some ill-advised decisions, including shaming Georgia Governor Brian Kemp for opening up his state.

 

 

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