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Protests begin peacefully outside Trump rally

USATODAY.com Sunday, 21 June 2020
Black Lives Matter protests against President Donald Trump began peacefully Saturday as the president held his first campaign rally in months in Tulsa, Oklahoma, despite warnings from public health officials about the coronavirus. (June 20)
 
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