Republicans plan march for Trump, including in Hot Springs | Arkansas Blog

Monday, February 27, 2017

Republicans plan march for Trump, including in Hot Springs

Posted By on Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 1:33 PM

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The Arkansas Republican Party has been circulating news of a March Saturday in Hot Springs to show support for President Donald Trump.

The marches, here and elsewhere, are "to show the Left we are not going to stand idly by as they try to push a Socialist agenda. If you are concerned by the tactics of the Liberal Left, we need your help to join the thousands of Arkansans who support President Trump."

Marchers in Hot Springs will gather on the lawn across from the Arlington Hotel. A band is promised. It is  part of a national effort to counteract the wave of marches and town hall meetings calling down the president and his party for everything from misogyny to demolition of health care legislation that millions suddenly realize might not be as bad as they thought.


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