Trump was in Yuma, Arizona yesterday to survey a section of the border fence with Mexico. He then went to Phoenix for a small rally hosted by Students for Trump and Turning Point Action at the Dream City Church.
Arizona has had a difficult June 2020. The Bush Fire, which is the fifth-largest fire in the state’s history, has burned nearly 200,000 acres of Arizona land.
Arizona has also seen an alarming rise in new cases of COVID-19.
At the event, Trump gave a speech in which he said, “We’re here today to declare that we will never cave to the left wing and the left-wing intolerance.”
He later said of left-wing protestors and looters, “If you give power to people that demolish monuments and attack churches and seize city streets and set fire to buildings, then nothing is sacred and nothing is safe.”
When talking about the upcoming presidential election in November, Trump said, “This is the choice of two futures. The left’s vision of disunity and discord, or our vision of equal opportunity and equal justice.”