Stilwell Family Reflects On Trump Rally In Tulsa

Stilwell Family Reflects On Trump Rally In Tulsa

The Arena holds the capacity of 19,000, and according to Trump's campaign, 12,000 people attended the rally. However, some others think it's because of TikTok users and K-pop fans as the two groups claimed that they have pulled a prank registering and securing hundreds of tickets to the rally only so there would be empty seats when the event actually happened.

"President Trump's rally in Tulsa attracted over 4 million unique viewers across all of the campaign's digital media channels".

"We're always anxious about safety", he said.

"He believes in masks and he could be a great spokesman for telling the young people who are there to wear masks", Gallego told CNN.

After another round of testing for campaign staff who were in Tulsa, Oklahoma for President Donald Trump's rally over the weekend, two additional staffers have tested positive for the coronavirus, a Trump spokesman said on Monday.

Stilwell Family Reflects On Trump Rally In Tulsa

Politico reported Sunday that Trump was furious over the turnout debacle - something White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany denied at her Monday briefing.

Dan Eberhart, a major Republican donor and Trump supporter, said the president did "pretty well in pulling in a crowd" considering where Americans' comfort level is at the moment. In the days leading up to the event, his campaign manager Brad Parscale openly bragged about how many people were signing up to attend. "I just know we have limitations on the number of people that can gather and that we're taking this seriously".

A Trump campaign spokesperson told Fox News that TFD's numbers were inaccurate, saying, "The fire marshal estimate is wrong against this deluge of negative scare tactics by the media because they don't want President Trump back on the campaign trail". "This was the first event after several months; I expect the crowds and enthusiasm will return".

A Students for Trump event in Phoenix, where President Donald Trump is expected to speak Tuesday, abruptly halted online registrations on Monday. Since then, Biden has relied heavily on virtual town halls and fundraisers from his home in Delaware.

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