On Saturday, supporters of President Donald Trump are planning marches across the United States in a show of unity and loyalty to shared goals under the firebrand Republican’s leadership.
But in several towns, anti-Trump groups are vowing to stop the rallies.
“All this resistance…He’s not my president,” mocked Representative Doreen Costa in an interview with a Rhode Island newspaper. “News flash: He is. He is everybody’s president,” Costa said.
MAGA-event organizers in liberal Orange County, California say they expect around 3,000 people at their march. Organizer Jennifer Sterling told the Orange County Register that many will be women, children and senior citizens.
The Anti-Trump groups are, as usual, hinting about physical violence. “We aren’t going to start fights, but we are going to try to stop them from completing their march,” said Byron Lopez, a California activist who expects 100 people for his counter-march.