Just arriving in Prescott, what a crowd! I love Arizona!! pic.twitter.com/qssvOznppz
But on Twitter, Americans came out to attack him for not observing COVID-19 rules and for inviting a large number of people to his rally.
Some criticised Trump for using “tax payer’s” money to travel across America everyday, urging him to give more relief to people instead:
“As a small business owner, I would appreciate some of my tax money going back to me in the form of relief, than for you to use it flying across America every fucking day.”
Another user questions the measures taken for social distancing.
So good to see how socially distanced they are. 2nd wave on its way.
— Yvonne Corry (@housely) October 19, 2020
Twitter users have never been too kind to Trump, but with the election day looming, more people are criticising him on the platform.
Many shows concerns about the second wave of the pandemic hitting the U.S. perhaps due to the intense campaigning by the candidates.
RED WAVE OR BLUE WAVE?
Many reminded him of his constant refusal to wear a mask or that he is not welcomed in Arizona.
In response to attacks, Trump says there is a ‘red wave’ coming and this wave will punish the Democrats in a way they never thought possible.
In a speech in Florida, he says the ‘red wave’ is rising and despite national polls showing he is losing to contender Joe Biden, the wave will wake up and he will win.