President Donald Trump held a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma last week to kick off his 2020 campaign, but the overflowing crowd the President touted was nowhere to be seen. Chris Cillizza explains how the last five months of political turmoil have led to the lowest point of Trump’s presidency so far.

SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
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Tulsa official says 6,200 attended Trump rally as campaign tries to blame ‘radical’ protesters and media for lack of crowd

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Supreme Court blocks Trump from ending DACA

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Top Republican will block Trump nominees until administration explains watchdog firings

Florida shows signs as next coronavirus epicenter as cases spike across the country

Trump risks potential backlash from evangelicals with ‘tone-deaf’ Bible photo-op

Mattis tears into Trump: ‘We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership’

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CNN Poll: Trump losing ground to Biden amid chaotic week

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