Trump Hits Campaign Trail In Good Health

October 13, 2020 Updated: October 13, 2020

President Donald Trump arrived in Florida for an outdoor rally that would last just over an hour on Monday, his first since recovering from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.

His arrival was met with enthusiasm from the crowd, and the president himself appeared fit and in good spirits.

“It’s great to be back in my home state, Florida, to make my official return to the campaign trail,” Trump said.

The president noted the rapid recovery he made and the combination of medical treatment he received and said he intends to make it available to everyone.

“We’ve made tremendous progress. And I said to my people, we are going to take whatever the hell they gave me and we’re going to distribute it around to hospitals and everyone is going to have the same damn thing,” he added.

On the topic of medicines and therapeutics, the president criticized Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for a 1996 Congressional vote that sank Puerto Rico’s pharmaceutical industry.

The effect of that legislation caused an almost 40 percent loss in manufacturing jobs on the island in the decade that followed.

“He cut it out and when he cut it out, he sent Puerto Rico into a nosedive like nobody’s ever seen before. So we’re bringing it all back and we’re bringing it back to Florida, too. We’re bringing it all the way back,” Trump said.