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More Than Four Million Unique Viewers Watch President Trump’s Tulsa ‘MAGA’ Rally

That’s more than the population of Oklahoma.

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More than four million people across the country and the world watched President Donald Trump’s ‘MAGA’ rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, a considerable audience for the President’s first major political rally in the aftermath of the coronavirus epidemic.

Tim Murtaugh, Trump 2020 communications direction, shared the campaign’s estimate of digital viewing of the rally in a press release. The campaign’s viewing statistics don’t even include audiences that watched the rally on television.

President Trump’s rally in Tulsa attracted over 4 million unique viewers across all of the campaign’s digital media channels. The live-streamed pre-rally shows drew an audience of more than 2.5 million unique viewers by themselves. These numbers don’t even include television viewers. The news media, which encouraged protestors and bombarded Americans for more than a week with dire warnings against attending a Trump rally, are still unable to prevent President Trump from reaching the people. These numbers represent unmatched enthusiasm behind the President’s re-election and a massive audience that Joe Biden can only dream of.

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Turnout for the rally was over 6,000, a sizable crowd despite stringent liberal media claims that the event was sparsely attended. Turnout would’ve likely been considerably higher if not for the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. President Trump also rescheduled the event from Friday, not wanting to conflict with the African American holiday of Juneteenth, moving the rally to the day before Father’s Day.

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Joe Biden is yet to hold a major campaign rally since securing the Democratic nomination.

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Really? Joe Biden Appears to Forget the Words to the Pledge of Allegiance

A new low?

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Joe Biden appeared to forget the words to the Pledge of Allegiance during a campaign speech in Wisconsin on Tuesday.

“I pledge allegiance to the United States of America, one nation, indivisible, under God, for real.”

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The real pledge, which most fifth graders who don’t attend left-wing public schools can recite, reads as follows.

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Biden’s improvised version doesn’t even bear resemblance to the actual Pledge of Allegiance.

Biden’s campaign team may have assumed that the Democrat elder wouldn’t need the promptings of a teleprompter in order to correctly repeat the Pledge of Allegiance, but they overestimated his memory.

The first presidential debate is scheduled for next Tuesday, and Biden’s handlers may be panicking as the Democrat candidate appears slipping into his previous routine of questionable and troubling mental gaffes. If he were to win in November, he’d be the oldest President to be sworn in on Inauguration Day by far.

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