President Trump is expected to attend a rally in Des Moines, Iowa, tonight — his second campaign event since his bout with Covid-19.
CNN spoke to seven Trump supporters ahead of the rally and none had any concerns about Covid-19, with one woman saying, "If I’m gonna get sick and die I guess it's my turn."
"I put myself at risk every time I go to the grocery store. I go to McDonald's. I go to work. I do anything. I’m not gonna stop living," she added.
When asked about the President's coronavirus diagnosis, one person said, "You know you can't tell people, you gotta show 'em, you gotta show 'em. I think it's to his benefit because now he’s experienced it and he's shown the rest of us that you know, what don’t live in fear because the left wants you to live in fear. We’re not having it. People are sick of it."
Directly across from tonight's rally at the Des Moines Airport, a large billboard reads "TRUMP COVID SUPER SPREADER EVENT" with an arrow pointing to the event.
The billboard was paid for by the Iowa Rural America 2020 Steering Committee campaign, according to a news release obtained by CNN.