President Trump Holds 1st Rally Since Coronavirus Restrictions Shut Down U.S.

Sunday, June 21st 2020, 7:23 am
By: Jonathan Cooper

TULSA, Okla. -

President Trump covered a variety of topics during his nearly two-hour speech on Saturday.

Enthusiastic supporters packed into the lower bowl and floor of the BOK Center for the President's rally and though the upper deck was not completely full, those who were in attendance made their voices heard.

"We begin our campaign and I just want to think all of you. You guys are warriors," said President Trump.

During his speech, the President rallied his base, touting the Great American Comeback. Highlighting his accomplishments with the economy and how we will recover from COVID-19. He also addressed the unrest in many cities across the country.

"Americans have watched left-wing radicals burn down buildings, loot businesses, destroy private property, injure hundreds of dedicated police officers," said the President.

The other big topic was the Coronavirus as the campaign handed out masks and hand sanitizer and took temperatures of those attending.

Eric Trump said he wasn't worried about it spreading.

"It's not a super speeder, this is a great event with a lot of amazing people who love this nation, it's a great place to be," said Eric.

The President says he will go back out on the campaign trail very soon.