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Protest In Washington Dc

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Last Updated: 02 July 2021

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Thousands of President Trump's most fervent supporters were out in WASHINGTON, DC, on Saturday for a day of rallying that echoed the false assertion that the presidential election was marked by fraud. One week after Joe Biden's presidential victory brought about spontaneous celebrations in the nation's capital, crowd that included group Women for America First, right-wing activists and conspiracy theorists gathered in the city's downtown near the White House. Members of Proud Boys, Western-chauvinistic movement designated as a hate group by Southern Poverty Law Center, were also seen out on the streets of WASHINGTON. A Rally and March to insist that Trump rightfully won a second term were planned for today Events go by several names, including MILLION MAGA March, March for Trump and Stop Steal DC. By late Saturday morning, hundreds had assembled in Freedom Plaza near the White House. Demonstrations unfold peacefully for most of the day, but counterprotesters clashed with the President's supporters and violence erupted as night fell. Counterprotesters were seen overturning tables of vendors selling Trump merchandise, as well as stealing Trump hats and flags and setting them on fire, according to the WASHINGTON Post. Two officers were injured and at least 20 people were arrest, according to the DC Mayor's Office. Of those arrests, four were for firearms violations, two for simple assault, one for assault on a police officer and two for disorderly conduct, DC Police told member station WAMU. Seven guns were recover. It was not immediately clear if guns belong to Trump supporters or counterprotesters. Scattered clashes turn violent around 8 pm, when Trump supporters armed with batons and counterprotesters collide in a brawl five blocks from the White House, Post report, before police break up groups. A City Fire official said a young man was transported to hospital with serious injuries after he was stabbed in the back during a fight, according to the newspaper. Videos from earlier in the day show attendees waving American flags and Trump 2020 flags. Few can be seen wearing masks, even as the US on Friday announced a new daily record of 184 000 confirmed coronavirus cases. At one point, crowd was greeted by Trump himself, who rode past demonstrators in his motorcade shortly after 10. Am Trump, who has Refuse to concede Election to Biden, waved to supporters, who held out signs reading best prez ever and Stop Steal. Trump had teased a possible appearance in a tweet on Friday, saying that it was heartwarming to see support and that I may even try to stop by and say hello. Supporters come from far and wide, with many reportedly documenting their trips to Saturday's events. Luis Huerta told member station WAMU that he and his family had driven without stopping from Midland-Odessa, Texas, for rallies. It's about time our voices were heard and about time we stop giving ground, Huerta said while holding texans for Trump sign.

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Keep up his spirits

Fervent supporters of President Donald Trump Rally in WASHINGTON on Saturday behind his spurious claim of Steal Election and swarmed his motorcade in adulation when he detoured for drive-by on his way out of town. Hours later, after night fell in the nation's capital, demonstrators favoring Mr. Trump clashed in the streets with counterprotesters. Videos posted on social media show fistfights, projectiles and clubs. Police arrested at least 20 people on a variety of charges, including assault and weapons possession, officials say. One stabbing was report, two police officers were injured and several firearms were also recovered by police. A week after Democrat Joe Biden was declared winner of the election, demonstrations in support of Trump also took place in other cities. Fury at the prospect of transfer of executive power shows no signs of abating, taking cue from the President's unrelenting assertion of victory in a race he actually lose. I just want to keep up his spirits and let him know we support him, one loyalist, Anthony Whittaker of Winchester, Virginia, said from outside Supreme Court, where a few thousand assemble after March along Pennsylvania Avenue from Freedom Plaza, near the White House. A broad coalition of top government and industry officials has declared that November 3 voting and following count unfold smoothly with no more than usual minor hiccups most secure in American history, they say, repudiating Trump's efforts to undermine the integrity of the contest. In Delray Beach, Florida, several hundred people March, some carrying signs reading count every vote and we cannot live under a Marxist government. In Lansing, Michigan, protesters gathered at the Capitol to hear speakers cast doubt on results that show Biden winning the State by more than 140 000 votes. Phoenix Police estimate 1 500 people gathered outside the Arizona Capitol to protest Biden's narrow victory in the State. Protesters in Salem, Oregon, gather at the Capitol. A crowd in WASHINGTON was beginning to gather Saturday morning when cheers rang out as Trump's limousine near Freedom Plaza. People line both sides of the street, some standing just a few feet away from Trump's vehicle. Others show their enthusiasm by running along with caravan. They chanted USA, USA and four more years, and many carried American flags and signs to show their displeasure with the vote tally. After making a short detour for a slow drive around the site, motorcade headed to President's Virginia golf club. Among the speakers was a Georgia Republican, newly elected to the US House. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has expressed racist views and support for QAnon conspiracy theories, urges people to March peacefully toward Supreme Court. Marchers include members of Proud Boys, neo-fascist group known for street brawling with ideological opponents at political rallies.

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A long shot

As night fell, police formed lines on either side of the street leading to the White House, separating hundreds of rival protesters. Were just holding back people who wanted to fight, one officer told AFP news agency. Trump tweeted hundreds of thousands had turned out to rally-while his spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany Make greatly exaggerated claim that more than one million people were present. But turnout was undoubtedly high for a strongly Democratic city, boosted by protesters from around the country-from Florida to Pennsylvania to Colorado. Darion Schaublin, who drives from Columbus, Ohio, say: whole systems rig the way that information is gets to people. Truth never actually get out, says 26-year-old, who says he lost his job in a restaurant after refusing to wear a mask to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Kathlin Erickson said she flew from Colorado on a plane filled with Trump supporters to keep alive hopes of a second Trump Administration. Trump victory? That is a long shot, but anything is possible with God, she say. Biden has won 306 votes in the State-by-State Electoral College system that determines the presidential winner, according to Edison Research, far more than the 270 needed to secure a majority. Trump earned the same number of electoral votes in 2016 as Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, victory he has called a landslide despite the fact she won the national popular vote. Biden has also won the popular vote. With few States still counting ballots, he leads Trump by more than 5. 5 Million votes, or 3. 6 percent. With his chances of reversing the outcome virtually extinguish, Trump has discussed with advisers potential media ventures that would keep him in the spotlight ahead of a possible 2024 White House bid, aides say.

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