News of US President Donald Trump's injury spread like wildfire, and many people talked about whether or not this would affect his campaign against Biden.  This is what Trump's supporters responded with banners. 

Praying for Trump's health in various states as a show of support for the president


“Support provided to the President from Ohio”

Sunday was designated as a day of prayer for the health of US President Donald Trump and the First Lady in Ohio.  This is what Governor Mike Dwyane explained on Saturday on Facebook. 

This, in addition to the signs that the president’s supporters left at the entrance to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, was to remind the president that he is receiving the best support from his supporters from the American people. 


“Donald Trump receives support from Staten Island residents”

Island residents organized a rally in support of their president, Trump, by showing their support for the Make America Great Again campaign and to make it clear that they belong to the Republican Party.  In the meantime, attendees wore MAGA. Hundreds of people were on the march, including Congressional candidate Nicole Malliotakis and head of the Police Charity Association. 


This support must make a difference in the president's election campaign, as it supports him psychologically during his period of fighting the virus. This may help the president in the event that the debates between him and Biden were completed electronically due to the president’s health. The Senate leader was the one who proposed that idea, and perhaps those signs supporting the president will support that idea as well.  Thousands of crowds appeared across the United States praying for the health of US President Donald Trump and his first lady wife. Those banners were not the only campaign supporting President Trump, but there was more when the president announced that he was infected on the social networking site Twitter, and the president may have received many tweets that supported him and wished him a speedy recovery.