TRUMP TAKES BACK THE MAELSTROM

Today in Tulsa, Oklahoma, President Donald Trump will revisit his favorite place: the center of attention. His first in-person rally since March 2, held in the city that saw a 1921 massacre of Black Americans, puts him squarely in the sights of the nationwide anti-racism movement. He’s also challenging those who worry about holding public events that could spread contagion, so much that one sued to stop it, but lost in Oklahoma’s Supreme Court. Setting the stage, the president threatened protesters, praised Tulsa’s mayor for not imposing a curfew and told supporters to “enjoy themselves.”

SOURCES:  WASHINGTON POST  /  BBC   /  CNN
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