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And, new allegations from a former national security adviser draw White House ire.

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Lagging In Polls, Trump Hits Campaign Trail

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Lagging In Polls, Trump Hits Campaign Trail

Lagging In Polls, Trump Hits Campaign Trail

Lagging In Polls, Trump Hits Campaign Trail

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In Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, President Trump will hold his first campaign rally since the coronavirus pandemic seized the United States. The top public health official there said he hoped it would be delayed and the campaign agreed to limited public health precautions. And, new allegations from a former national security adviser draw White House ire.

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