Hundreds of Donald Trump supporters have been seen queueing nearly 12 hours before the president is due to hold rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Footage shared by NBC reported Morgan Radford shows people for as far as the eye can see wearing MAGA hats in anticipation of the president's first rally since the coronavirus pandemic took hold of the world.
The front of the line to get into the Trump Tulsa rally at 7pm CT.
It’s not yet 8am.
@NBCNews @MSNBC https://t.co/CStWe2QaUq
The virus is getting really happy at this gathering. If the virus could speak, it would say "In this United States… https://t.co/Mfp7WqEkdg
— Shay Stewart Bouley (@Shay Stewart Bouley)
This is the disease of white supremacy actively spreading live before your eyes... coronavirus aside! https://t.co/PGOTffQy0K
— Morgan J. Freeman (@Morgan J. Freeman)
Trump has been heavily criticised for holding the event in Tulsa, where cases of coronavirus have begun to rise in the last week, with cases beginning to increase to record highs despite Trump claiming that cases are "very low." Local health officials had also advised Trump not to go ahead with the event, which will be hosted in a 40,000 capacity indoor arena.