Mask-free event for Trump on Fourth of July

Many rally-goers did not social distance or wear mask while Trump made a speech mostly denouncing the radical left.
2:34 | 07/05/20

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To the president's fourth, a massive show of air power. A speech denouncing the radical left and a mostly mask-free white house lawn crowd. ABC's Rachel Scott joins us from Washington with more. Good morning, Rachel. Reporter: Eva, good morning. As the nation confronts a public health crisis, the president brought together big crowds spending the fourth of the July on the attack. Overnight, president trump salute to America then packed with fireworks. Military flyovers. And partisan attacks. We are now in the process of defeating the radical left -- the marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters. People who in many instances have absolutely no clue what they are doing. Reporter: On the south lawn of the white house, the president called for equality. We want safety. We want equal justice. We want religious liberty. We want faith and family. Reporter: While delivering a divisive message -- slamming the media, China and the toppling of controversial monument. We'll never allow an angry mob to tear down our statues or erase our history. We'll safeguard our values. Traditions. Customs. And beliefs. Reporter: And as the president paid tribute to healthcare workers on the front lines -- Thank you very much. Great, brilliant people. Reporter: There was little to no social distancing at his back-to-back celebrations this weekend. I'm very grateful that he moved forward with this. I'm not even one iota concerned about getting the coronavirus. Reporter: With coronavirus cases on the rise, the president said the U.S. Has made progress. Our strategy is moving along well. It goes out in one area and rears back its ugly face in another area. But we've learned a lot. We've learned how to put out the flame. Reporter: And this weekend, the virus moving into the president's inner circle. Kimberly Guilfoyle, a senior adviser to the trump campaign, and the girlfriend of the president's eldest son Donald junior, tested positive for the virus in South Dakota. She tweeted that she's looking forward to a speedy recovery. Whit? Rachel Scott for us in Washington. Thank you.

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