Trump's only hope is that street conflict erupts to frame his poorly attended Tulsa rally.
MSM speculates that heads will roll after this debacle in Tulsa. An amusing shake-up would be the desperate return of Steve Bannon to the campaign soon.
The hope for conflict seems to have been imported by Trump, considering the provocation of scheduling the speech originally on Juneteenth.
Despite the crowd size, people were not socially distanced and most did not wear masks, so some COVID spread could happen. Six members of the Trump advance team have tested positive for COVID-19, including two Secret Service agents.
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