Communities across the U.S. pray for President Trump and the First Lady


 

 

Signs left by supporters of President Donald Trump at the entrance to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., Sunday, Oct. 4, 2020. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

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UPDATED 9:40 AM PT – Sunday, October 4, 2020

Thousands of people around the United States are showing their support and sending prayers for the first family following the President’s coronavirus diagnosis.

Officials in Ohio proclaimed Sunday as a day of prayer for President Trump and the First Lady. Governor Mike DeWine made the announcement on Facebook on Saturday.

Supporters also gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center this weekend to remind the President he is receiving prayers and best wishes from the American people.

Attendees donned MAGA gear while sending their love to the commander in chief.

“We heard that there was a vigil,” said one attendee. “We said, ‘We’ve got to go and send our love, show Donald Trump he’s in our hearts and prayers.’”

People gather at the Staten Island Triumph Rally 2020 in support of President Donald Trump in the Charleston neighborhood on the Staten Island borough of New York, Saturday Oct. 3, 2020. (Alexandra Salmieri/Staten Island Advance via AP)

Staten Island residents also held a pro-President Trump rally to show support for the Republican Party and Make America Great Again campaign.

Hundreds attended the event to show support for law enforcement as well. Police Benevolence Association President Pat Lynch spoke alongside congressional candidate Nicole Malliotakis.

President Trump won Staten Island by double digits in 2016.

Meanwhile, Americans across the country continue to send well wishes to the first couple as they recover.

Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer at the main gate of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., late Friday, Oct. 2, 2020. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

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