, pub-9294893883853578, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 Million Mega March 2020, Trump today's rally, Thousand of protesters came out to support Donald trump

Million Mega March 2020, Trump today's rally, Thousand of protesters came out to support Donald trump

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Trump supporters hold "Stop the Steal" signs outside the Supreme Court during the 'Million MAGA March' after the 2020 US presidential election was called for Democratic candidate Joe Biden

Thousands of US President Donald Trump supporters have gathered in Washington, DC on Saturday, in what is being billed as a "Million MAGA [Make America Great Again] March".

One week after Joe Biden was declared US president-elect Trump and his supporters have refused to acknowledge the results of the election, saying they believe widespread fraud took place.

People are coming from all 50 states to attend Sunday's march in the capital. Organizers are expecting a turnout of over a hundred thousand people they're all coming to support president trump through the lawsuits and allegations of voter fraud. These demonstrators believe the media the democratic party and other sinister forces conspired to steal the vote from trump.

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Pro-Trump groups gathered in Freedom Plaza (above) at noon on Saturday, listening to speeches before marching toward the Supreme Court in a massive demonstration supporting Trump's claims of election fraud

Yesterday president trump said in a tweet that he might pop by today's march and say hello, he said it was heartwarming to see all the support coming from around the country. This morning he was seen to make good on his word and paid early bird supporters a visit.


Donald Trump makes a surprise visit at Million MAGA March in Washington DC on Saturday, gesturing to the cheering crowd

President Trump remains confident he'll win the election once all legal votes are counted and any illegal votes cast have been discarded and the attendees at today's rallies appear to believe the same thing.

The Trump campaign has yet to show real evidence of election fraud: Multiple legal efforts challenging the election have failed in courtrooms this week. And a statement Thursday from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said, “There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes or was in any way compromised.”

In Georgia, officials say they've already reviewed about 20 percent of the ballots and have yet to uncover any evidence of voting fraud, in Pennsylvania no plans to hold a recount because Joe Biden's victory is wide enough to avoid one.

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