Here's How People Reacted To Trump's Visits To El Paso And Dayton

Here's How People Reacted To Trump's Visits To El Paso And Dayton


A protester holds a sign reading “Make Racists Afraid Again” at a demonstration against President Trump’s visit to El Paso.

A “Trump bus” drives near the Miami Valley Hospital before President Trump’s visit to Dayton.

People demonstrate against President Trump in Dayton.

Protesters gather during a rally against gun violence in Dayton.

A demonstrator holds a sign reading “Stop the Hate” at a protest in El Paso.

Police separate pro- and anti-Trump demonstrators in Dayton.

Trump supporters march through a group of demonstrators protesting gun violence in Dayton.

A supporter of President Trump’s argues with a police officer in Dayton.

Supporters of President Trump in Dayton.

A demonstrator in Dayton holds a sign that points out the distance between Dayton and Toledo. During a televised speech on Monday, Trump mistakenly named the wrong Ohio city where a mass shooting took place this weekend.

An Oregon District resident holds up a sign that says “Not Welcome Here” in Dayton.

Miguel de Anda, born and raised in El Paso, holds a sign reading “Pres. Trump Not Welcome Here” at a protest in El Paso.

El Paso residents protest President Trump’s visit to El Paso.

A demonstrator holds a sign to protest President Trump’s visit to El Paso.

Fernando Montoya waves a Mexican flag to protest President Trump’s visit to El Paso.

A man holds a sign to protest President Trump’s visit to El Paso.

Demonstrators line the street near Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton.

Demonstrators at a protest in Dayton.

A person with an Ohio tattoo holds a sign protesting domestic terrorism in Dayton.

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