GOV. STITT TALKS WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP ABOUT 25th ANNIVERSARY OF OKC BOMBING AND COVID-19 RESPONSE
OKLAHOMA CITY (April 20, 2020)— President Donald J. Trump spoke to Governor Kevin Stitt by phone yesterday to recognize the 25th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing and discuss the Federal-State partnership in response to COVID-19.
“I appreciate the leadership of President Trump, who took the time to recognize this important milestone for our state and people as we remember and continue to move forward,” said Gov. Stitt. “The President has also been a consistent leader during the COVID-19 crisis, and I am thankful for his continued support as we actively work to respond to this outbreak and keep Oklahomans safe.”
During the call, President Trump offered his full support for the victims of the Oklahoma City Bombing of April 19, 1995 and their families.
The President and the Governor also discussed the Federal-State partnership and Oklahoma’s response to COVID-19. The President praised the work of Governor Stitt, local officials and all Oklahomans to slow the spread of the virus and keep numbers low.
The Governor thanked the President for his attention to Oklahoma and pledged to continue to be a good partner with the Administration.