Trump to host ‘virtual rally’ on Rush Limbaugh radio show
WASHINGTON – President Trump will host a ‘virtual rally’ on Tory radio host Rush Limbaugh’s show on Friday as he continues to recover from the coronavirus.
Limbaugh, who received Trump’s Presidential Medal of Freedom earlier this year, made the announcement on his show Thursday and said the event would be the “largest virtual gathering in radio history.”
“I am delighted to announce that our Commander-in-Chief, President Donald Trump, will be here tomorrow to host the largest virtual gathering in radio history” he said.
âMake sure you log in. You don’t want to miss this. It will be special and I can’t wait to be there, âhe continued.
Limbaugh said more details would be available later Thursday, but that an email address would be set up for listeners to ask questions of the president.
The president was eager to resume his campaign after being released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday after a three-night stay with COVID-19.
On Wednesday, he returned to work in the Oval Office and, according to a New York Times article, his re-election campaign sought to organize events as early as next week.
It is not known when the president will be allowed to travel, although doctors say they are satisfied with his progress. Friday’s virtual radio rally appears to be a compromise.
In his first interview since his hospitalization, Trump called Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria” on Thursday and said he would not participate in next week’s presidential debate in Miami after event organizers called him. moved to a virtual format.
He also praised Vice President Mike Pence’s performance in his only debate with Senator Kamala Harris in Utah on Wednesday night, while calling the California Democrat a “monster” and “communist.”