Trump ignored health warnings and held his first rally in 110 days in what was one of the largest indoor gatherings in the world during an outbreak that has killed more than 120,000 Americans and put 40 million out of…
By Kevin Freking, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Thousands of President Trump’s supporters gathered in downtown Tulsa, OK, for the president’s first rally since March. Attendees, expected to fill the 19,000-seat Bank of Oklahoma Center, have agreed to not sue the campaign or the president if they get…
By PBS NewsHour
Campaign officials say everyone who is attending the rally will be given temperature checks before they pass through security. They will also be given masks to wear, if they want, and hand sanitizer at the 19,000-seat BOK Center.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
The crowd — including some who have have camped near the venue since early in the week — were hoping to be among the first inside the more than 19,000-seat BOK Center for what is expected to be the biggest…
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Associated Press
By Associated Press
President Donald Trump's push to resume big rallies despite concern he's putting the public's health at risk is part of a broader reelection campaign effort to turn the national debate about the coronavirus into a political fight.
By Associated Press
The court ruled Friday that the two local residents who asked that the thousands expected at the rally be required to take the precautions couldn't establish that they have a clear legal right to the relief they sought.
By Gretchen Frazee
Up to 300 black Tulsans were murdered by white residents, and a thriving neighborhood burned to the ground.
The tension surrounding President Donald Trump's first campaign rally since the country shut down in mid-March has laid bare a growing partisan divide over the pandemic and the nationwide protests against police brutality.
By Sean Murphy, Associated Press
So many people are interested in attending President Donald Trump's rally Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that the governor is seeking a larger, outdoor venue to accommodate them.
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