As President Donald Trump delivered rally-style remarks at a taxpayer-funded visit to an Arizona Honeywell plant manufacturing medical supplies for the coronavirus pandemic, commenters on social media couldn't help but notice the event sung Trump's praises and featured his campaign slogans as if it were a partisan rally — particularly when restauranteur Betty Rivas showed off a "Keep America Great" jacket onstage and proclaimed he would win the Hispanic vote.
REMINDER: This is a taxpayer-funded official White House event, not a campaign one https://t.co/g5lYDGiHsb— Aaron Rupar (@Aaron Rupar) 1588714738.0
@atrupar it’s amazing to me that his slogan is keep america great - 30+ million unemployed, 70,000 dead in 3 months… https://t.co/YAJNb2kduF— brianna zoffka (@brianna zoffka) 1588714889.0
@atrupar Ethics, laws, norms - these are simply "annoyances" in Trump land.— MURRAY🧢🇺🇸 (@MURRAY🧢🇺🇸) 1588714837.0
@atrupar Is that the wall he’s been crapping on about? Did the Mexican restaurant pay for it?— jo fuji (@jo fuji) 1588714986.0
@zfarvefan @atrupar They are employees at the Honeywell plant in Phoenix. I'm so glad I don't work there because to… https://t.co/BjnCTG7k34— KW101 (@KW101) 1588715111.0
@atrupar During the middle of a national emergency.... oh, let me clarify...the OTHER national emergency besides this presidency— BT (@BT) 1588714903.0