Social media users are claiming they’re responsible for the smaller than expected turnout at Donald Trump’s first campaign rally in months.
Groups of Korean pop fans as well as users on the social media platform Tik-Tok say they spread messages online, urging people to pretend to register their interest in attending the event in Tulsa.
The US president last week boasted that more than a million people had registered interest in attending the rally but estimates suggest less than half of the 19,000 seats in the arena were filled.
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