In a piece of news that is already setting off a series of exploding heads in the media, there will be a return to the campaign trail next week for President Trump.
Next Friday, the leader of the free world will travel to Oklahoma where he will hold his first rally in three months where he will be greeted by a raucous and enthusiastic crowd as he always is wherever the events are held.
The president’s restarting of the rallies couldn’t come at a better time as the nation is under total assault from an emboldened communist left that has capitalized on the outrage over the George Floyd killing to topple statues and seize cities.
With social distancing mandates having exposed as shams after the same media that terrorized Americans over the coronavirus endorsed riots and the ongoing insurrection, it is time for the POTUS to shore up morale for law-abiding citizens in a country that is on the brink of anarchy.
Trump made the announcement himself during a White House round table meeting with black American business leaders.
President Donald Trump’s signature campaign rallies are back in business, after a gap of more than three months because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump announced on Wednesday that his reelection campaign would be holding a rally in Tulsa, Okla., on June 19 and would also be holding rallies in Florida, Texas and Arizona — as well as an event in North Carolina “at an appropriate time.”
The president made the announcement at a roundtable with African American leaders at the White House, hailing the “great job” that Oklahoma has done combating coronavirus. As of Tuesday, Oklahoma had recorded 353 coronavirus deaths and 7,363 positive cases.
The Tulsa rally next week will be held on Juneteenth, a national commemoration of the end of slavery in the U.S.
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