Trump rally goers to ‘assume a personal risk’: Press secretary

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on health concerns over President Trump's Tulsa rally this weekend: "When you come to the rally, as with any event, you assume a personal risk.”
1:08 | 06/17/20

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In the last day hundreds of people involved. And. So the campaign is taken certain measures on to make sure this state rally temperature checks and advertisers and naturally are taking her Oscars. More. They will be given or not it's up to about whether to accept Asian CDC guidelines that recommended but not required and he. It. Oh. Eight it's if personal toys and individuals that's what do you. We are doing temperature checks hand sanitizing snacks when he comes to the rally. As any advantage assuming personal risk I'm not just leave you feeling that it would be bogging you assumes a Ritz. That's part of her life like it's a personal decision of Americans asked whether to go to the rally or whether or not to go to the rally.

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