From the Saturday night rally onward, Twitter exploded with jokes about the lack of people in attendance, and honestly, seeing an entire section of this arena empty made it incredibly satisfying.
The local fire department said only about 6,200 people were present, according to U.S. media, but campaign officials claimed at least 12,000 attended.
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In most of the polls in the battleground states, Trump trails behind Joe Biden.
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Ms Conway continues to challenge the first reporter to express the names of the individuals they certainly were asking about, at one point discussing the phrase "Kung Flu" as "very offensive".
On Saturday, NBC News reported that six members of the campaign advance team had tested positive for the virus.
"I was relieved to learn that Oklahomans care more about their health than a rally for someone they were going to vote for anyway", Andrews said Monday.
In a not-so-surprising turn of events, Trump's crowd was significantly smaller than the audiences pulled in by the Wiggles and Lizzie McGuire, though to be fair, McGuire wasn't performing at the same venue (the Bank of Oklahoma Center, which seats 19,200) - she performed at Rome's Colosseum, which seated 50,000 in its heyday.
However, former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt said Trump had been "failed" by his team, writing on Twitter: "My 16-year-old daughter and her friends have hundreds of tickets".
New York Times Magazine journalist C.J. Chivers also asserted that Trump had been "fooled", revealing that two of his children registered for a pair of tickets each.
You love to see it. "No good person would".
"I think I sold that same place out in five minutes #donkeyshow", she tweeted along with a laughing cat emoji, implying how the place was sold out when it was her own event.
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