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A “furious” President Donald Trump yelled at aides when he saw thousands of empty seats at his Tulsa, Oklahoma rally on Saturday, according to multiple sources.
Campaign manager Brad Parscale had claimed almost a million people had registered their interest in the event, but only around 6,200 supporters showed up.
Trump was still fuming on Air Force One on the way back, The Washington Post reported.
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President Trump yelled at aides backstage at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, when he realized how low the turnout was for his rally there on Saturday, according to The New York Times.
Around 6,200 supporters showed up to the 19,000-capacity venue, despite the confident predictions of Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, who claimed nearly a million people had registered interest in the event.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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