TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Former President Donald Trump arrived in Tulsa Saturday.
Trump is in town to attend the NCAA Wrestling Championships as a guest of Sen. Markwayne Mullin and Gov. Kevin Stitt.
He's only expected to attend the event and not stick around to talk to the media.
The City of Tulsa released the following statement about the city footing the bill for Trump's visit:
The City can potentially expect to incur expenses in coordinating street closures and coordinating with the Secret Service, as we have many times before when the president, vice president, or any presidential candidates visit (both Clinton and Trump visited as candidates in 2016). All occurrences are treated the same based on coordination with the Secret Service and costs are not charged.
This will be the first time the former president will return to Tulsa since his June 2020 rally.
Trump previously endorsed Mullin during his run for U.S. Senate in July 2022.