‘I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women’: Trump says he feels ‘powerful’ at first rally since Covid infection
Donald Trump, who had shown no visible signs of the coronavirus that had pulled him out of circulation for over a week, returned to the campaign on Monday night declaring himself "powerful" and suggesting he could "kiss everyone" who is at attend a rally in Florida.
"They say I'm immune - I feel so powerful," he said outside an airport hangar in Sanford. "I'll go in there and kiss everyone."
"I'm going to kiss the men and the beautiful women," Trump added despite his history of sexual assault. "I'll give you a big, fat kiss."
The president returned to campaigning and made his first trip outside Washington since his hospital stay. He was given both supplemental oxygen and an expensive cocktail of medication that most Americans didn't have.
More rallies are planned for this week in Pennsylvania, Iowa, and North Carolina. A senior campaign advisor said Monday that the president wanted his staff to add more so that he might be on the campaign trail every day until the election - even with several rallies a day.
"It's great to be back," he said as the crowd "U-S-A!" before he promised the Americans would get "whatever the hell they gave me" while in hospital for parts of four days with his own coronavirus infection.
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