Trump Rally Delivers Saturday Record 7.7 Million Viewers On Fox News

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President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla., generated the largest Saturday audience in Fox News Channel’s 24-year history in delivering 7.7 million viewers, according to the early Nielsen data.

The rally, which began shortly after 8 p.m. and ran for approximately one hour and 45 minutes, was also the network’s highest-rated telecast of the year after the president’s State of the Union address, which drew 8.2 million viewers in early February.

The Trump campaign also says 4 million additional unique viewers watched on streaming platforms online.

Read more at The Hill.

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  1. A terrorist in the US Army tried to plot an attack on his own soldiers. He’s a white supremacist. One would assume this would be headline news right now. But sure, talk about Trump’s rating. By the way, Bolton’s interview had over 6 million viewers.
    WHITE SUPREMACY IS A PROBLEM IN THIS COUNTRY.

  2. Had it not been for Democrat terrorist threats, over 1 million would have attended. Even 6,200 were too dangerous for their planned false flag attack. This is the first time Trump’s rally was not overflowing with huge lines outside.

  3. The FAKE NEWS was trying to portray Trump’s rally as a dismal failure. while at the same time proudly announcing how many leftists bought blocks of tickets with no intention of coming. This proves that Trump still thrives.

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