PHOTOS: More than 1 million attended a demonstration in support of Trump protesting against the Final result of 2020 Election

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The People participate in the “Million MAGA March” in Washington, D.C. Supporting U.S. President Donald Trump marching to protests the outcome and the final result of the 2020 presidential election.

White House exaggerates 'Million MAGA March' crowd size - Business Insider

Kayleigh McEnany the White House Press Secretary significantly says that the numbers of people who attended a protests in Washington, DC, in support of the Republican, President Donald Trump.

McEnany said “more than one MILLION” persons attended the “Million MAGA March” on Saturday.

It’s unclear exactly how many people attended, but news organizations have pegged the figure at thousand, or tens of thousands— a far cry from 1 million.

The Demonstrators, including Proud Boys members, showed up to the events in President Trump and MAGA merch.

According to Kayleigh McEnany, the White House press secretary said the there is a massive number of persons who gathered in Washington, DC, on Saturday to protest against President Trump’s loss to President-elect Joe Biden.

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“More than one MILLION marchers for President @realDonaldTrump descend on the swamp in support,” she wrote Saturday morning.

—Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) November 14, 2020.

It’s not really clear of the exact figure it was, but it’s more likely that thousands or tens of thousands of people showed up, according to news outlets that reported from the scene, including Washington post And USA today.

Either way, the actual figure appeared substantially smaller than what McEnany claimed.

Demonstrators attended to in support of President Donald Trump’s baseless allegations that President-elect Joe Biden’s victory is illegitimate and there were so many irregularities.

Trump fans face off against counter-protesters in Washington DC ahead of ' Million MAGA March' | Daily Mail Online

Business Insider calls the election for Joe Biden on Friday, November 6. But since then, Donald Trump has refused to concede

Last week, Trump released a statement accusing Biden of “rushing to falsely pose as the winner” after dozens of news outlets projected the former vice president to have won the election.

“The simple fact is this election is far from over,” Trump said in a statement disseminated to news outlets.

Instead of acknowledging his loss, Trump turned his attention to ongoing lawsuits against multiple states. The Trump campaign is trying to undercut the integrity of mail-in voting with litigation against mail-in ballots. The president has baselessly alleged that voting by mail leads to widespread fraud votes

Trump made an appearance at the Washington, DC, demonstrations Saturday, driving by and waving out the window to cheering fans.

Trump clings to one marker as a sign of success ? crowd size - The  Washington Post

—Sara Sidner (@sarasidnerCNN) November 14, 2020

Videos circulating on social media showed attendees wearing and waving MAGA merchandise. Most attendees caught on camera did not wear a mask. Some reporters said the members of the Proud Boys, a hate group as designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center, attended.

Some Proud Boys attendees wore shirts that said “Stand Back, Stand By,” a reference to Trump’s message to them during his first presidential debate with Biden.

The gathering was called the “Million MAGA March.” As the event unfolded, the hashtag #MillionMoronMarch started trending on Twitter.

The President Donald Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment asking about McEnany’s excessive number of attendees.

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