Trump Supporters Hold ‘Pittsburgh Not Paris’ Rally At White House (VIDEO)

Trump supporters rallied outside the White House on Saturday afternoon to show their support for Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord.

The Hill reports:

Pittsburgh Not Paris’ rally at White House thanks Trump

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Republicans and Republican supporters gathered near the White House on Saturday for a “Pittsburgh Not Paris” rally supporting President Trump’s decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate agreement.

The timing and location of the rally raised concerns that two groups might clash – the Trump supporters and the demonstrators marching against Trump policies in multiple cities nationwide, including Washington, D.C.

At the White House, a brief conflict between one woman criticizing Trump and several protesters chanting “Trump” flared up and was quickly broken up by others standing nearby.

The name of the “Pittsburgh Not Paris” rally is a nod to Trump’s line during Thursday’s announcement that he would withdraw from the Paris accord on climate change. “I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris,” he said.

Here’s a video:

Here’s another one:

Check out the sign the guy is holding in the background:

Heh!

 

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