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AGENTS from the Secret Service rushed to the front of the line of President Donald Trump’s rally in Tulsa after an elderly man fainted, Your Content has exclusively learned.
Clifford Thomas, 70, waited in line for four consecutive days to see President Trump.
Just before 1 p.m. local time Thomas was seen passing out. Within milliseconds, federal agents and officers rushed to provide medical care to the Tulsa native.
Supporters fanned him with a sign that read ‘fake news’ as he patiently waited for medical treatment.
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