One of the speakers, state Sen.
Bill Harlan, of East Moline, pointed to a "Trump" sign he was holding, and said "my man", as a reason he attended the rally, referring to President Trump.
One pro-Trump supporter was apparently sprayed in the face with Mace, just before 3 p.m. Blood was coming from his nose and friends were cleaning his eyes with a T-shirt. "They don't have to be here in America, do they?"
Uncle Sam was on hand at the March 4 Trump rally at the Colorado State Capitol March 04, 2017 in Denver.
Will Daniel, 20, a University of Oklahoma student, carried a handwritten sign that read, "Preserve our nation".
"More chaos started happening, so I went up to the police and tried bringing them back, but they were just like 'we're not really going over there".
Daniel said the country is being lost to immigrants.
"They haven't even given the president a fair shake yet", Adams said. "That's kind of where I'm coming from".
A small riot erupted Saturday afternoon in Berkeley, California, after violent protesters confronted pro-Trump demonstrators and allegedly began a confrontation that turned violent. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite) A pro-Trump rally.
Cherokee County, which has historically been a Democratic stronghold, is losing members to the Republican Party. I would be very anxious if, in fact, the Obama administration was able to obtain more lawfully about Trump campaign activity with foreign government. For her, the election of Donald Trump is a vindication.
Lourdes Leon added: "Like it or not, he is our president and we should unite and support him". Blaring vuvuzelas and shouting "don't wiretap me bro", many said they are frustrated at the division throughout the country. Also, multiple Make America Great Again hats were set on fire.
Demonstrators from Colorado's state capitol to Trump Tower in NY and the Washington Monument were seen carrying life-size cardboard cutouts of Trump as well as waving "Deplorables for Trump" signs. Supporters marched around the capital building chanting phrases like "build that wall" and "march for Trump" before heading inside the capital building to hear several speeches by other Trump supporters in the first floor rotunda.
In Florida, near Mar-a-Lago, people on both sides exchanged profanity, the Palm Beach Post reported.
While numerous rallies around the country have remained peaceful, some supporters are clashing with counter-protesters at a march in Berkeley, California.
In New York, a couple hundred supporters gathered near the president's Manhattan home, chanting "U-S-A".