President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign continues to flout health guidelines and local COVID-19 regulations.
On Tuesday evening, Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks in Winston-Salem, North Carolina -- where a large crowd has already gathered.
NBC News correspondent Garrett Haake estimated that approximately 10% of attendees were wearing masks and that there was "no distancing to speak of." He noted the event was exceeding North Carolina rules against gatherings with more than 50 people.
Hello from Winston-Salem, NC where hundreds await @realDonaldTrump at an outdoor rally. Attendees have their temper… https://t.co/4ddqHfzrkJ— Garrett Haake (@Garrett Haake) 1599597649.0
Here are some of the images from the event:
@realDonaldTrump Your super spreader event in NC. That county has 25% African American population. Can you find any… https://t.co/A0PzLKS8QM— SriTal (@SriTal) 1599600176.0
3 hours until @realDonaldTrump arrives, and this rally is at capacity! #TrumpRally https://t.co/sAXkRBiFgN— President-Elect Brittany (@President-Elect Brittany) 1599596957.0
View @realDonaldTrump rally in Winston Salem North Carolina https://t.co/PeMDkkbC7s— Clay Naylor (@Clay Naylor) 1599596423.0
The crowd is packed like sardines, no masks, no social distancing for Trump North Carolina rally. Trump is… https://t.co/pEGi4BXzNf— John Giovanni Pierni (@John Giovanni Pierni) 1599600441.0