According to CNN, Trump's campaign says two more staffers who attended President Trump's rally in Tulsa have tested positive for COVID-19.
The Tulsa Fire Department confirmed the crowd at the BOK Center for President Trump's rally was just under 6,200.
Juneteenth street party in the Greenwood District, protesters from the rally walked to the area but peacefully dispersed.
Several 2 Works for You reporters are in downtown Tulsa with updates on the crowds in different areas, including Greenwood District and 4th and Boulder.
Tulsa police used pepper balls on protesters near 4th & Boulder to clear the road for traffic.
Tulsa police said there are several groups protesting downtown and overall they have all been peaceful.
President Trump's rally speech ends.
People leaving the BOK Center as Trump rally continues inside.
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One person arrested outside of President Trump's rally.
WATCH below for 2 Works for You's Erin Conrad details on the arrest and protesters outside the BOK Center.
Vice President Pence addressed the crowd at the BOK Center.
President Trump's campaign manager commented on the smaller than expected crowds:
“President Trump is rallying in Tulsa with thousands of energetic supporters, a stark contrast to the sleepy campaign being run by Joe Biden from his basement in Delaware. Sadly, protesters interfered with supporters, even blocking access to the metal detectors, which prevented people from entering the rally. Radical protesters, coupled with a relentless onslaught from the media, attempted to frighten off the President’s supporters. We are proud of the thousands who stuck it out.”
2 Works for You is working to confirm these statements.
President Donald Trump arrived in Tulsa. State and local leaders greeted him at the plane. Sen. Jim Inhofe and the president hugged as they said hello.
Trump is en route to the arena.
WATCH President Trump as he arrived in Tulsa:
CNN confirmed that the president and vice president will not be speaking to the crowd outside as previously announced.
Rally began at the BOK Center with speeches from Tulsa County Sheriff Vic Regalado and former senate candidate T.W. Shannon.
Conversations with the supporters and protesters grew heated, but remained calm.
Protesters started marching near 4th and Boulder shouting "Black Lives Matter."
EMSA issued a medical heat alert after responding to 5 heat related calls in the Tulsa area. They urge people to take precautions if they have to be outside.
NBC news reports several members of the advance team that visited Tulsa to plan President Trump's rally tested positive for COVID-19
Tulsa police arrested one person Saturday morning for obstruction as people crowded downtown for the president's arrival.
President Donald Trump, along with Vice President Mike Pence, will appear in Tulsa on Saturday evening at a "Make America Great Again" campaign rally at the BOK Center at 7 p.m.
Visitors downtown will be greeted by a baby Trump balloon that is on the roof of The Shrine at 18th and Boston.
The BOK Center venue is expected to be maximum capacity -- that's about 19,000 people. Officials say overflow will be going to the Cox Business Center. Crowds of thousands are expected in the city.
President Trump tweeted Thursday warning protesters, and others, prior to the rally in Tulsa.
Any protesters, anarchists, agitators, looters or lowlifes who are going to Oklahoma please understand, you will not be treated like you have been in New York, Seattle, or Minneapolis. It will be a much different scene!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 19, 2020
Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum posted on Facebook urging Tulsans to think about community during this weekend's rallies.
The City of Tulsa released extensive traffic and logistic plans Thursday ahead of Juneteenth events and President Donald Trump's campaign rally this weekend. City officials said pedestrian access on Saturday in the closed-off areas around the BOK Center is limited to rally ticket holders.
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