President Donald Trump's campaign directed the removal of thousands of "Do Not Sit Here, Please!" stickers from seats at the Tulsa, Oklahoma, arena where Trump held a campaign rally, according to the Washington Post. The campaign told the Post it followed the rules but did not comment on video that appears to show the stickers being removed. Reporter Joshua Partlow joins CNN's Wolf Blitzer to discuss.

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