US election: I’m so sad – Trump cancels rally, challenges Biden to public debate


Former president of the United States of America, Donald Trump has expressed sadness as he had to reschedule his rally over devastating rainfall.

He announced to thousands of supporters gathered at Wilmington airport that the event would no longer go on as scheduled but would be rescheduled ‘bigger and better’.

Shortly before calling off cancelling the rally initially scheduled to hold at Willington, North Carolina, the former US President called for debates with President Joe Biden.

The rally was cancelled due to a rain storm that approached the airport where it was staged on Saturday.

Trump called as he was approaching the international airport to tell rally goers that the event would be rescheduled “bigger and better”.

It would have been the first time the Republican Presidential candidate addressed supporters in public after a week of relative silence in a New York courtroom.

“I’m devastated that this could happen but we want to keep everybody safe,” Trump said, his voice amplified by speakers to thousands of supporters, many of whom had lined up since early morning in hot and humid conditions.

“I think we’re gonna have to just do a rain check. I’m so sad,” Trump said.

“I am calling for Debates, ANYTIME ANYWHERE ANYPLACE,” the post said. “The debates can be run by the corrupt DNC or their subsidiary, the Commission on Presidential debates (CPD).”

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