Users of Twitter on the night of Saturday, have been quick to declare a social media campaign to victory. “In fact, you have just ROCKED by the teenagers on the TikTok,” Representing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from New York tweeted in response to Mr. Parscale, who had tweeted that “radical protesters” was “disturbed” with the participation.
“The youth of America have struck a savage blow against @realDonaldTrump,” added Steve Schmidt, a longtime Republican strategist.
Mary Jo Laupp, a 51-year-old Fort Dodge, Iowa, said she had been watching the black TikTok users to express their frustration about Mr. Trump is organizing its rally on Juneteenth. (The rally was later moved to June 20.) She “vented his own anger by the end of the evening TikTok video, the 11 June, and a call to action.
“I recommend that all those of us who want to see this of 19 000 seats barely filled or completely empty to book tickets now, and leave him standing there alone on stage,” Mrs. Laupp said in the video.
When she checks his phone the next morning, Mrs. Laupp said, the video began to go viral. It has more than 700,000 likes, she added, and more than two million views.