Trump's Campaign Removed Social Distancing Stickers Before Tulsa Rally

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Trump's Campaign Removed Social Distancing Stickers Before Tulsa Rally

The Washington Post reported actions by President Donald Trump’s campaign at his Tulsa rally.

The campaign reportedly removed thousands of “Do Not Sit Here, Please!” stickers from seats in the center.

The Bank of Oklahoma Center purchased these stickers to keep people apart by leaving open seats.

According to CNN, Trump campaign’s communications director spoke about the health precautions they took at the rally.


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