President Donald Trump asked audience members at his packed Pennsylvania rally if they've, too, had the coronavirus as he boasted of both his and their immunity to the disease Tuesday night.
'Who has had it? Who has had it here? Yeah, a lot of people. A lot of people. You're the people I want to say hello to because you're right now immune,' Trump told the crowd.
Later, however, he expanded who he'd greet, again telling supporters he'd kiss every one of them just days into his recovery from COVID-19.
President Donald Trump asked a crowd of supporters in Johnstown, Pennsylvania which ones of them had the coronavirus and boasted that both they and he are 'immune.' He also complained that once he caught the virus experts shortened how long immunity would last
Like he did in Florida on Monday, President Donald Trump joked about kissing every member of the crowd just days after being hospitalized for the coronavirus. The White House doctor has said Trump is no longer contagious
President Donald Trump arrives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania Tuesday night and hands out masks, which many members of his audience refused to wear despite the president coming down with the coronavirus himself
The president's large crowd in Pennsylvania can be seen surrounding him at all sides as he spoke at the John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport Tuesday night
'I'm immune,' the president said. 'I could come down and start kissing everybody. I'll kiss every guy. Man and woman. Look at that guy, how handsome he is. I'll kiss him. Not with a lot enjoyment, but that's OK,' Trump said.
The president also scoffed at the changing science over immunity, pointing out that scientists at one point thought people infected with the coronavirus who recovered were then immune for life.
'Once I got it, they give you four months,' Trump complained. 'Anybody else but me, you're immune for life.'
Doctors still don't have a clear answer about COVID-19 immunity, especially in light of a Nevada case in which a man was infected twice. An elderly woman in the Netherlands became the world's first death of an individual to catch the coronavirus twice.
The Tuesday night rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania marked the second time the president was back on the campaign trail since falling ill from COVID-19.
'I feel your pain because I felt your pain,' he said to the crowd, aiming the message at those who've been impacted by the virus.
Trump's rally was being held at the John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport, named after the late Democratic lawmaker who represented the area in Congress for 36 years.
It's since become Trump country, but Democratic rival Joe Biden has made a point to earn it back.
'You damn well better vote for me Pennsylvania,' Trump said.
At Trump's Tuesday rally, he had a number of nasty things to say about Biden, calling the former vice president not nice and a 'dummy.'
'And you know Biden he can't stand up to the lunatics running his party, he can't even find his way off the stage without them,' Trump said.
The president's supporters await his arrival Tuesday night in Johnstown, Pennsylvania as a giant American flag hangs overhead
The president's supporters can be seen reacting to his arrival Tuesday night in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the second night he returns to the trail after contracting the coronavirus
He mocked Biden for forgetting Utah Sen. Mitt Romney's name when talking to reporters Monday.
'He said he's a Mormon, he was talking about Mitt Romney. He forgot Mitt Romney's name. Can