Hillary Clinton knocks Trump's liability waiver for Oklahoma rally

Hillary Clinton blamed Donald Trump's presidential campaign for resuming large-scale rallies amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and requiring those looking for tickets to his first event in Tulsa, Oklahoma to sign a disclaimer that outlines the "inherent risk of exposure to COVID -19 "is recognized.
Hillary Clinton

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If your rallies come with a disclaimer, you shouldn't hold them.
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Kelly O'Donnell

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The President's recent announcement for Oklahoma includes a disclaimer in the registry for rally participants for the risks they voluntarily take on coronavirus.
7:03 p.m. - June 12, 2020
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At the end of May, Clinton, the former Secretary of State and candidate for the 2016 Democratic Presidency, added a new Twitter profile picture on which she wore a black mask with the word "VOTE" on it.
On the decision to return to major campaign events in Tulsa on June 19, White House spokesman Kayleigh McEnany said on Wednesday: "We will make sure everyone who leaves is safe."
Hillary Clinton on Twitter; Doug Mills / The New York Times / Bloomberg via Getty Images
On Wednesday, Trump explained the reasons for holding his first rally in Tulsa since March.
"As you know, they did a great job at COVID in the state of Oklahoma."
While the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, decreased in May, it has increased significantly in recent weeks, according to the Oklahoma Department of Health. On Friday, the state saw its biggest surge in a day since the pandemic started.
Dillon Richards

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NEW: Oklahoma adds 222 coronavirus cases, the largest increase the state has seen in a day. @ Koconews
7:11 p.m. - June 12, 2020Oklahoma City, OK
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The alleged democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was asked about the disclaimer on Friday and also criticized Trump.
"He knows it's a problem, but he doesn't do anything about it!" said Biden, who, despite being the leader in virtually all recent national surveys, has not planned any major campaign events.
Trump announced on June 2 that he would relocate the North Carolina Republican National Convention because Roy Cooper, the state's democratic governor, insisted that GOP officials submit detailed plans to reduce the event because of concerns about the Transmission of the corona virus.
Cooper, Trump tweeted, "is still in shelter-in-place mode and will not allow us to occupy the arena as originally expected and promised."
On Thursday, RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced that the congress would be moved to an arena with 15,000 seats in Jacksonville, Florida. The Miami Herald reported on Friday that the 64 counties in Florida that eased coronavirus restrictions on June 5 had almost seen a 42 percent increase in COVID-19 cases. One of these counties is Duval, which also includes Jacksonville.
Health experts like Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert in the Coronavirus Task Force, fears that a combination of loose social detachment measures and large-scale demonstrations about the murder of George Floyd could contribute to a second wave of new measures in Covid19 cases.
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