Trump Plans to Make Campaign Rally Safe

Trump Plans to Make Campaign Rally Safe

(AbsoluteNews.com) – President Donald Trump’s first rally post-coronavirus lockdowns will take place on June 20 in Tulsa, OK. The mainstream media has spent a great deal of time trying to shame the president for his decision. The campaign, however, has a plan to keep people safe.

Trump 2020 Campaign Manager Brad Parscale tweeted his plans on Monday to keep the president’s supporters healthy at the rally. The event will take place at the BOK Center, which holds about 19,000 people. With that many rallygoers together, the campaign believes it’s important to implement some precautions.

On Monday, President Trump pointed out the hypocrisy of the media. For three weeks they’ve covered the unrest in American cities without making a big deal about COVID-19, but when it comes to a rally for him, they’re up in arms.

If the rally were not safe, it’s hard to believe the president of the US would put his own voters in danger. That doesn’t make any sense. The campaign is doing what it needs to do to keep everyone engaged and healthy for the November election.

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