The 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, was sworn in on Wednesday.
President Biden takes over the government of one of the most polarizing presidents in US history, Donald Trump.
From the start, Tulsa was on the Trump team’s radar.
The campaign took place in Tulsa that day five years ago.
On January 20, 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump filled the ORU Mabee Center to rally his supporters when he made his offer for president.
In October 2018, Vice President Mike Pence came to Tulsa to rally for Kevin Stitt, who would later be elected governor of Oklahoma.
The Trump administration’s next visit would be on a bitterly cold March morning in 2019.
First Lady Melania Trump traveled to Tulsa on March 4, 2019 to visit school children.
Exactly three months later, Vice President Mike Pence returned to Tulsa after the historic floods.
President Trump sent Pence to Tulsa to investigate the damage and speak to flood victims.
The last stop in Tulsa was in June 2020 when President Trump returned for a rally ahead of the 2020 election.
The rally was the President’s first since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
President Trump was at home in Oklahoma, where he won all 77 counties in the 2016 and 2020 elections.
The Biden administration is unlikely to make so many layovers in Tulsa, but only time will tell.