good luck with that
Ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to Tucson, Arizona on Monday, the city's Democratic mayor, Regina Romero, sent the Trump campaign a letter to remind the president to follow coronavirus guidelines at the rally. She also mentioned that the campaign had an outstanding $80,000 debt to the city from a 2016 rally.
The letter was shared on Friday and was posted to Twitter. The Tucson rally is one of two that Trump will attend in Arizona on Monday.
Romero laid out the different ordinances that she expects members of the Trump campaign to follow during their visit.
"On June 17th, shortly after being granted authority by Governor Ducey, Tucson's Mayor & Council voted unanimously to implement a city-wide mask-wearing requirement for individuals when they are in public places and unable to easily maintain continuous social distancing of at least 6 feet," she wrote after congratulating Trump on recovering from COVID-19 and reminding of the sacrifices that Tucsonans have made. "This and similar actions taken by local governments across our state have been credited with contributing to the decline in COVID-19 cases in Arizona that we began to see in Mid-July."