Photographs from the scene showed a large pen had been prepared for Trump supporters, complete with barriers for social distancing, but it was predominantly empty. Several hundred Trump supporters did congregate at the front of the barriers where they listened to the president.
However, they failed to maintain social distance sparking a rebuke from an organiser over the loudspeaker system.
According to CNN the organiser said: “Ladies and gentlemen, we do ask that you maintain social distance during this event.
“There’s plenty of space for everyone.”
Trump spoke alongside a number of Florida sheriffs at the mini rally.
Neither the president, nor most of the audience, were wearing masks to guard against COVID-19.
Mr Trump used the address to praise US police and claim they would be downgraded under a Democratic presidency.
Referring to sheriffs around his podium Trump joked: “I wanted to hug them and kiss them.
“Maybe in 90 days.”
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Following Mr Floyd’s death ‘Black Lives Matter’ protests spread across the United States and even internationally.
Violent clashes broke out with police during these demonstrations in a number of cities.
Mr Trump was mocked by a number of Twitter users over the low turnout for his speech.
One posted: “Wow, even in Florida President Trump can’t even fill the bike stands.”
Another added: “Trump has a tiny little crowd in Florida and they aren’t social distancing or wearing masks. Shameful!”
After his speech Mr Trump tweeted: “I am thrilled to be back in my home state of Florida and honoured to receive the endorsement of dozens of incredible Florida Sheriffs.”
Earlier this week Mr Trump caused outrage by suggesting the November presidential election could be delayed because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The idea was rejected by Democrat and Republican leaders in Congress.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican, gave his reaction to local Kentucky station WNKY.
He said: “Never in the history of this country, through wars, depressions and the Civil War, have we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time.
“We will find a way to do that again this November third.”