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Trump's intended show of political force falls short of mark


Supporters of President Donald Trump listen as he speaks at the BOK Center in Tulsa on Saturday, June 20, 2020, during his first campaign rally since March 2. Many of the arena's 19,000 seats remained empty as Trump spoke. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)

TULSA, Okla. - President Donald Trump used his comeback rally to try to define the upcoming election as a choice between national heritage and left-wing radicalism, but his intended show of political force during the pandemic was thousands short of a full house and partly overshadowed by new coronavirus cases among his campaign staff.

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 about 120,000 Americans and put 40 million out of work. The rally Saturday night in Tulsa was meant to restart his reelection effort less than five months before the November election.

"The choice in 2020 is very simple," Trump said. "Do you want to bow before the left-wing mob, or do you want to stand up tall and proud as Americans?"


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