Trump team ready for anything, launches ‘Operation MAGA’

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While President Donald Trump receives treatment for COVID-19 at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., his reelection campaign is launching what it calls Operation MAGA consisting of a full-speed-ahead combination of online and in-person rallies. Top-tier participants will include Vice President Mike Pence, and Donald Trump Jr. and his brother and sister-in-law Eric and Lara, as well as other surrogates and luminaries from key coalition groups, along with grassroots supporters.

Bill Stepien, Trump 20202 campaign manager who currently is temporarily working from home as a result of a positive COVID test, described the plan that is being put in place until the president is healthy enough to return to active campaigning.

“Operation MAGA will fire up the entire MAGA universe to keep President Trump’s campaign at full speed until our Commander-in-Chief returns to the campaign trail. Vice President Mike Pence, the First Family, our coalitions, and our grassroots supporters will be out in full force to show the real enthusiasm behind the President’s re-election and to show we’re working as hard as he always does.”

“We also encourage all of the President’s supporters to pick up the banner themselves by volunteering in our grassroots Army for Trump, flying their Trump flags, putting out more yard signs, and wearing their MAGA gear proudly.”

The Trump campaign intends to hold virtual events up to the scheduled VP debate on Wednesday night, October 7, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Once the debate wraps, Pence and members of the First Family will head to battleground states for live events. “The campaign will also deploy its coalitions, including Women for Trump, Black Voices for Trump, Latinos for Trump, and others, for events in key states,” Stepien noted.

President Trump, who continues to work from his fully equipped, five-star accommodations at Walter Reed, released a video on Saturday in which he thanked the healthcare professionals at the hospital there and said that he is feeling much better.

He implied that he is anxious to get back on the campaign trail “because we still have to make America great again. We’ve done an awfully good job at that, but we still have steps to go and we have to finish that job…I look forward to finishing up the campaign the way it was started.”

Trump thanked everyone for their outpouring of support here at home and around the world for their well-wishes.

President Trump also indicated that First Lady Melania Trump, who also received a coronavirus diagnosis, is doing well. The FLOTUS fortunately does not appear to have any of the typical risk factors associated with the infection such as a serious or age-related pre-existing condition or obesity.

 

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