Trump prepares for first campaign rally in months in Tulsa amid concerns about coronavirus, violence

President Trump on Saturday will head to Tulsa, Oklahoma to address what is likely to be a packed rally of supporters -- despite objections from local officials about the potential spread of the coronavirus, and fears that violence could break out as protesters as well as supporters flock to the event.
The rally is the first since the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the country in March, and is predicted to pack the 19,000 capacity BOK Center.
Trump supporters have been lining up for days to secure their seat at the event and the Trump campaign touted Monday receiving over 1 million ticket requests.

This will be interesting tonight.

We will see if people are allowed to have their own political opinions or if other people will disrupt the rally.