"There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit." - President Ronald Reagan.

Buy The Amazon Kindle Store Ebook Edition

Buy The Amazon Kindle Store Ebook Edition
Get the ebook edition here! (Click image.)

Saturday, June 20, 2020

Trump Restarts Campaign In Tulsa

Above, the President in Tulsa, Oklahoma tonight. 

Before President Trump took the stage tonight at his Keep America Great campaign rally that restarted his campaign following the pandemic, it was reported that 15,000 people were inside the arena.

He was scheduled to address the overflow crowd outside, but that was cancelled due to the leftist mobs that arrived to disrupt the rally. That also caused issues with clearing people to enter the arena.

But, Trump was in fine form tonight, maybe a little rusty from the three-month layover due to COVID-19.

However, he hit all the right themes and entertained the gathering with his story of the ramp at his recent address before the West Point graduating class.

During the speech, I took some screenshots and here they are:

Above, before the President's arrival, Vice President Mike Pence addressed the crowd.


J.D. Lees said...

As President Trump began, I said to my wife, "He looks a little tired." (She suggested later that maybe he was just pissed off by the leftist nitwits causing trouble for his supporters outside.) Amazingly, he soon looked like his old self as he fired up the crowd and found his stride. Trump is invigorated by the energy of his crowds. Can you imagine Biden trying to make a 105 minute speech like Trump did? I can't. Will the people who (irrationally) hate Trump be able to bring themselves to vote for the senile pervert Biden? I snicker at their predicament.

Armand Vaquer said...

You're the second person I know who thought he looked tired. Maybe (as I said) he was a little rusty after the three-month layover. But I agree that he hit his stride further on, particularly with his story of the "Battle of the West Point Ramp".

I didn't know his rally was carried in your neck of the woods. Glad it was. - A.

Search This Blog