Donald Trump Rallies Crowd in Tulsa for 1 Hour, 41 Minutes

AP Photo/Evan Vucci

by Charlie Spiering

President Donald Trump thrilled a crowd of supporters at a campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday, speaking for one hour, 41 minutes.

The president appeared energized by the thousands of supporters in the arena, even though it fell short of filling the BOK Center stadium and did not have overflow crowds as the campaign expected.

Democrats and corporate media fueled fears about the rally for weeks after it was announced, warning that it would lead to more coronavirus infections and deaths as the pandemic continued. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to Donald Trump Rallies Crowd in Tulsa for 1 Hour, 41 Minutes

  1. Joe Z says:

    I saw the speech and thought Trump did a great job. He needs to crank up the rally machine for the next four and a half months. It won’t be long before each venue is packed to the rafters. As usual, the lefty liars did everything they could to screw up the Tulsa rally.

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