Despite concerns, Trump to address election rally in Tulsa

In 2020, Tulsa remains segregated, with a history of racially discriminatory policing.

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    US President Donald Trump is preparing to hold his first campaign rally since the coronavirus outbreak.

    Some residents and businesses tried to stop Saturday's event in Tulsa, over concerns it could worsen the pandemic. But Oklahoma's top court says the rally can be held.

    The president's decision to hold the rally in a city which saw one of the worst racial attacks in US history has also provoked widespread anger.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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