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- President Donald Trump is set to appear at a fireworks display at Mount Rushmore on Friday before an anticipated crowd of 7,500 people.
- Masks will not be required for attendees, and social distancing will not be enforced, according to Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota
- Health experts expressed concern that the event could put the community at risk from the coronavirus.
- A former superintendent of the memorial and a local wildfire expert also said the fireworks could spark a wildfire in the surrounding forest if there are particularly dry conditions.