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Oklahomans show support for President Trump at the state capitol

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KFOR) – As part of a nation-wide “Stop the fight. Let’s all unite.” demonstration, hundreds of President Donald Trump supporters gathered on the steps of the state capitol Saturday.

“It’s so important because the Democrats are doing everything they can to obstruct Mr. Trump’s agenda and the Republican Party’s agenda that this country needs so well,” Juan Smet came out to show his support for the president. “For those pathetic people who want to take this president down, I have news for you:  he’s not alone. They need to come through us first. We have his back.”

 “I just want to be here to preserve what little democracy our country has left,” said Suzanne Victoria, an opponent of the Trump demonstration.

“Your president is not uniting anything,” said Serenity Jackson. “He’s causing all kinds of destruction. He’s ruining the country.”

Another support rally for President Trump is scheduled for March 25.

Information provided by KFOR. 

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