Democrats are not happy with the plan, and they say it’s not the most important thing to do during the outbreak.

The state park will be named after former US President, Republican Donald Trump. Ohio Republican Mike Lewischick announced Wednesday that Donald J. Trump State Park may be renamed Mosquito Lake State Park in Cortland, Ohio as evidence of respect for the former president, according to a bill recently backed by Republicans.

“The goal is to honor the commitment and commitment that Donald J Trump, the forty-fifth president of the United States, has shown to the great people of Trumbull County,” Loychik wrote, adding that Ohio’s enthusiasm for the former president during the November elections also emerged.

Although Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election, he won more votes than any previous candidate in Ohio. In Trumbull County, home to more than 7,000 acres of parkland, including one of the largest lakes in the state, Trump won about 55 percent of the vote in November.

Early in mid-March, Loychik announced his plan to name the park after the former president, receiving sharp criticism from Democratic politicians. Democratic Representative of Ohio Brown, for example, attacked the bill on Twitter. He said that Republicans should care about much more important issues, such as economic woes and the coronavirus pandemic, than “pleasing” the former president.

According to an earlier proposal, lawmakers in Ohio would declare June 14, the former president’s birthday, to be Donald J Trump’s Day.

It is not uncommon in the United States for member states to categorize former presidents’ birthdays as a special day, but this usually occurs after politicians die. Ronald Reagan’s Day on February 6, for example, is also celebrated in forty US states.

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