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Lower than expected turnout in Trump’s Oklahoma rally

BY , Jun 21, 2020 3:46 PM - REPORT AN ERROR

B.O.K. Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma was filled at about two-thirds of its 19000 seating capacity/ The Canadian Press

Thousands of people, many not wearing masks, attended U.S. President Donald Trump's first campaign rally since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

But the B.O.K. Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was far from its 19-thousand seat capacity.

Trump campaign officials said protesters prevented the president's supporters from entering the stadium, but journalists in Tulsa reported there was no blocked entry to the area where the rally was held.

Trump supporters faced off with protesters throughout the evening, but while there were shouting matches, things remained largely peaceful.

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