New Stanford study estimates that Trump rallies have caused 30,000 cases and 700 deaths. Should Trump be arrested for negligent homicide?

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President Donald Trump's campaign rallies led to more than 30,000 coronavirus cases, according to a new paper posted by researchers at Stanford.

Researchers looked at 18 Trump rallies held between June 20 and Sept. 22 and analyzed Covid-19 data the weeks following each event. They compared the counties where the events were held to other counties that had a similar trajectory of confirmed Covid-19 cases prior to the rally date. Out of the 18 rallies analyzed, only three were indoors, according to the research.

The researchers found that the rallies ultimately resulted in more than 30,000 confirmed cases of Covid-19. They also concluded that the rallies likely led to more than 700 deaths, though not necessarily among attendees.
New Stanford study estimates that Trump rallies have caused 30,000 cases and 700 deaths. Should Trump be arrested for negligent homicide?
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