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The White House said President Donald Trump on Friday congratulated a musician from Oklahoma who was among the performers who performed at a concert held at the site of a Holocaust memorial in Oklahoma City, but didn’t say who the musician was or why he performed.

The White Houses press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, did not respond when asked whether Trump had spoken with Oklahoma Gov.

Mary Fallin or any of the other performers who participated in the festival.

The concert was held at Memorial Park on the grounds of the Oklahoma City National Memorial.

Trump, who was attending the festival, called the event “an incredible show of unity” and praised the musicians who performed there.

The president also praised the organizers for organizing a special concert that “is going to bring us all together.”

The president said he was honored to be able to speak with the Oklahoma delegation to thank them for their dedication to their communities and to support the work of the survivors.

He also thanked the performers for their “gifts” to the community, and called on the people of Oklahoma to work together to protect them from the spread of the disease.

The Oklahoma City concert is part of a larger festival that includes a Holocaust museum and the Jewish Museum of Oklahoma.

The festival, which runs from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, drew a crowd of more than 2,000 people on Friday, including about 200 people who came dressed as Nazis.

The Jewish Museum, in Oklahoma, hosts a Holocaust Museum exhibit.

Oklahoma City Mayor Frank Jackson said the Jewish community “deserves so much from the president, especially for what he’s done for the Jewish people.

He’s not just one of us.

He was part of our families.”

He said that, “The city has a responsibility to stand up for the Jews, to stand for the Holocaust survivors, and that’s what we’re doing here.”

The festival organizers told The Associated Press in a statement that they are “very appreciative” of the president’s visit.

The group that runs the festival told the AP that the organizers were working on a new program to bring the festival to new cities.

The Associated Statesman, which had not previously reported on the concert, said it is one of two Jewish festivals in the country that will feature Holocaust museums.

The other Jewish festival in the United States, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, is scheduled for Oct. 2.

Oklahoma is home to the National Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Oklahoma Holocaust Memorial Holocaust Memorial, which are located at Memorial Parks in Norman and Tulsa.

The museum, which was established in 1921, is the nation’s largest, and is home only to the most recognizable names in the Holocaust.

The first museum in Oklahoma was opened in 1935 by the Oklahoma Jewish Congress, which is now called the Jewish Historical Society of Oklahoma and the American Jewish Historical Association.

The city of Tulsa is home of the University of Tulsa, which houses the state’s largest Jewish community, which also has a museum.