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In the United States, there is no right for the people to vote for president. Instead, only the "Electors" can vote. According to Article 2 of the constitution: Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be ...


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From the source you gave: “They said you couldn’t lift your hand up to your mouth with water,” Trump said, conveying what he says his wife had told him. “I said, I just saluted 600 times, like this!” He imitated saluting to the graduating cadets, to cheers from the audience. Well, sure, then. Not fair to criticize the guy if his hands were that tired. Then ...


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Trump only did a significant number of motions (salutes, etc.) with his arms after taking a drink of water, not before. As per the full video, mentioned by Nate Eldredge from PBS NewsHour, Trump salutes 3 times, claps 4 times, and shakes hands 1 time prior to his speech, during which the contentious drink of water is taken. I will take at face value the ...


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Other than assertions to that effect by the Trump Administration, there is no evidence of this. However there is very strong evidence that it did not happen. There are a fair amount of pictures of the outside of the BOK Center during the time in question. They pretty much all show just a small crowd. As a bit of background, I'm a Tulsan who has attended ...


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It is always hard to find proof of a negative. If the excuse were true, then the Trump Administration would have spread the evidence far and wide. Perhaps someone can post it if so. The closest I can find is coverage of the rally by the Star Tribune. It acknowledges that there were protesters in Tulsa: Trump supporters, protesters face off outside Oklahoma ...


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