Rep. Brendan Boyle, a Democrat from Pennsylvania, called on President Trump to cancel his visit to Allentown scheduled for tomorrow.
Boyle represents an area about one hour from Allentown and voiced his concerns with the President’s visit.
“This is a thinly veiled campaign stop to one of the most important battleground states come November. This is not a time for campaigning,” he told CNN’s Brianna Keilar.
Boyle added that the President should focus on dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
“This is has been an unmitigated disaster from this White House and a real absence of leadership,” he said.
Boyle urged the President:
“Cancel the visit tomorrow. Don’t put other people at risk, given how many people are involved in any presidential visit. And, instead, stay at home, do your job. Get us closer to solving this unbelievable crisis.”