Pro-Trump Groups Rally Near White House

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The White House served as the backdrop for the March4Trump and Spirit of America rallies on March 4, 2017 (FxFC Photo)

Tim Hannigan | Fairfax Free Citizen

Two pro-Trump groups converged on Washington, D.C., on Saturday, March 4, to demonstrate their support for President Trump and his policies. The demonstrations were part of a series of “March4Trump” demonstrations (get it?—march for Trump on March 4) intended to send a strong signal to him and his team that the citizens who voted him into the presidency last fall will not be intimidated by the raucous, and sometimes violent, protests waged by Leftists who oppose him.

Meanwhile, north of the White House in Lafayette Square, another pro-Trump group held a “Spirit of America” rally that drew approximately 200 people. It featured pep talks to the crowd—e.g., DHS whistleblower Phil Haney, a representative from Bikers for Trump, etc.—plus lots of signs, flags, and live music.

Partway through the afternoon, the March4Trump demonstrators “marched” around the west side of the White House to join forces with the Spirit of America rally, filling Lafayette Square with boisterous Trump supporters.

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News reports beamed across cable news channels all afternoon indicated similar rallies took place in 50+ cities across the country making a loud statement that Trump supporters stand firmly behind the President and eagerly await his implementation of the “America First” promises he made during the 2016 campaign.

An uplifting rally by citizens who want to Make America Great Again.


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