Trump campaign chief operating officer reassigned following Tulsa rally fallout

by CNN

CNN— Michael Glassner -- the Trump campaign's chief operating officer, who previously handled President Donald Trump's rallies -- has been reassigned to deal with legal affairs during the homestretch of the campaign.—Trump campaign ‘reassigns’ staffer in charge of rallies following Tulsa debacle: report. President Donald Trump’s campaign is undergoing a shakeup following disappointing turnout for a controversial rally in Tulsa, according to a new report by Axios. Campaign manager Brad Parscale had bragged that over 1 million people had signed up to attend the rally, but less than one-third of the arena was filled and the campaign took [

Connecticut Post—Trump campaign still contending with fallout from Tulsa rally. It was just hours before President Donald Trump was set to take the stage for his rally in Tulsa last month when the news broke: Six staff at the site had just tested positive for the coronavirus. The president, who was en route from Washington, was livid that the news was public, according to people familiar with his reaction. In the tent outside the BOK Center, where campaign staff were being tested before the event, the release of the information caused a scramble. Health-care workers...

Washington Post—In wake of Trump’s Tulsa rally, his campaign is still contending with the fallout. Health-care workers in Tulsa were quizzed about whether they leaked information about the positive cases to the news media — and then were given a different list of staffers to test, according to people with knowledge of the event.