Trump supporters clash with ANTIFA outside Trump Tower in Manhattan after MAGA fans unfurled a huge flag of Pelosi as a demon and marched down NYC’s Fifth Avenue
- President Donald Trump supporters paraded down Fifth Avenue in New York City on Friday afternoon
- They carried with them massive ‘Trump 2024’ banners which they unfurled in front of Trump Tower
- March was advertised as ‘Trump Save America Flag Unfurling’ and featured enormous pro-Trump signage
- One banner appeared to depict House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a demon of sorts
- There was a clash between what appeared to be Antifa and Black Lives Matter supporters towards the end of the march as the group approached Times Square which saw six people arrested
Supporters of former President Donald Trump marched down Fifth Avenue in Manhattan on Friday as they carried enormous banners that read ‘Trump 2024’.
The event was billed as a ‘Trump Save America Flag Unfurling’ and featured all sort of Trump signage including one banner that depicted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a demon.
Towards the end of the event, the Trump marchers clashed with some angry New Yorkers and which the Right Side Broadcasting Network claimed was a group of ‘Antifa’ and Black Lives Matter activists, leading to the arrest of six people.
Trump supporters gathered at Trump Tower and marched down to Times Square as a group of Black Lives Matter protesters confronted them in New York City
A huge banner of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appearing demonic as she is pictured tearing up the constitution is pictured
Trump supporters appear to be fully behind the former president having another run for the White House in 2024
An enormous banner was unfurled and stretched across the entire roadway as the marchers made their way down Fifth Avenue
The supporters unveiled their Trump 2024 banners directly underneath Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue
A woman appears decked out in Trump clothing including his famous slogan ‘Make America Great Again’
Trump publicly teased at the Conservative Political Action Conference last Sunday the idea that he is thinking of making another bid for the presidency in 2024.
The former president reeled off a list of his accomplishments during his term in the White House while repeating his false claim that he won the 2020 election adding, ‘Who knows? I may even decide to beat them a third time.’
Trump is said to be telling allies that he is strongly considering another run in 2024.
He said to be discussing alternative running mates to former Vice President Mike Pence as he takes stock of who he believes stood with him at the end of his term and who didn’t, according to Bloomberg.
Supporters gathered at the start of the rally near Trump Tower and then marched their way down Fifth Avenue to Times Square
Trump supporters appeared to clash with Black Lives Matter and Antifa protesters as they approached the end of the march
Trump and Pence appeared to fall out toward the end of their term after the vice president refused to get behind the president’s plan to overturn the 2020 election result.
Trump lashed out at Pence on social media for not trying to block the certification of the election results in Congress on January 6, an act that Pence had no constitutional authority to do.
The pro-Trump mob that then stormed the Capitol chanted that they wanted to execute Pence and came within seconds of him and his family. A total of five people died in the riot.
After the Capitol riot, it was reported that Trump and Pence were not on speaking terms, with Pence said to be livid at Trump.
Although any announcement of a new White House Bid may be several years away, Trump’s musing over a 2024 run may effectively freeze the Republican field until the former president makes a decision one way or the other.
Police arrested about five Black Lives Matter protesters after Trump supporters gathered at Trump Tower and marched down to Times Square in New York City
Police made six arrests when rival groups of supporters clashed with one another
The enormous Trump 2024 banner was brought down by the group from outside Trump tower Times Square to Times Square, about one mile away
A group calling themselves Women for Trump also joined supporters outside of Trump Tower in Manhattan