- Associated Press - Saturday, March 4, 2017

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A group of dozens gathered at the steps of the Iowa State Capitol on Saturday to show support for Donald Trump.

Supporters wearing red, white and blue and chanting the president’s name held Trump campaign signs, as well as homemade signs reading, among other things, “God Bless Trump” and “Trump Works for Me!” Supporters were also told to prepare for Trump re-election efforts to begin in Iowa within months.

Unlike in other cities, counter protesters did not disrupt the Des Moines rally.

Other rallies being held Saturday as part of “March 4 Trump” gatherings around the country included those in Council Bluffs, Davenport and Ottumwa, as well as those in Papillion in eastern Nebraska and Scottsbluff in far-western Nebraska.)

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