The pro-Trump rally was called one that was open to anybody who supports President Trump and his "Spirit of America" and "Make America Great Again" notions, with patriots planning to stand shoulder-to-shoulder to "bring back" the great Republic. The rallies took place in 33 of the the country's 50 states.
Supporters of President Donald Trump are expected to fill Liberty Plaza on Monday for a rally, Patch has learned.
Georgia Tea Party member Debbie Dooley has organized the event in Atlanta.
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Trump's supporters countered the photos on Twitter, and condemned the "mainstream media" for what they perceived to be deliberate fabrication of the crowd's size. In contrast, the country has witnessed large protests by people who opposed his policies, particularly his crackdown on immigration. In Atlanta, almost 200 people traveled from as far as West Virginia to show solidarity with the federal government, Reuters reported.
Event organizers said the "Spirit of America Rally" will begin with an opening prayer followed by the pledge of allegiance and the singing of the national anthem. "They were excited, they were happy, but I never heard them talking about women's rights, but I did hear them trashing Trump, and I got the idea they were just mad because they lost the election".
Images from the rallies show many events had crowds of a few hundred supporters or less.
"We saw some of this last week in Florida", she said.