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Live updates: DC protesters topple Confederate statue; Trump rallies in Tulsa a day after Juneteenth

USATODAY.com Saturday, 20 June 2020 ()
Demonstrators set fire to a Confederate statue in DC. Meanwhile, President Trump's rally in Tulsa is tonight. The latest news Saturday.
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President Donald Trump reschedules Tulsa rally from Juneteenth to June 20 after controversy

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