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USA: Dozens of Trump supporters attend 'Mother of All Rallies'03:34

USA: Dozens of Trump supporters attend 'Mother of All Rallies'

United States, Washington DC
September 9, 2018 at 08:08 GMT +00:00 · Published

Dozens of people gathered at the National Mall in Washington DC on Saturday, to attend a rally in support of President Donald Trump called the 'Mother of All Rallies.'

Former adviser to Donald Trump Roger Stone and former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio paid a surprise visit and delivered speeches.

Former Sheriff from Arizona, Joe Arpaio, who Trump pardoned last year for violating a court order, suggested that the border wall "should be built by prisoners."

Stone arrived at the rally guarded by the "Proud Boys" - a white supremacy far right men’s group.

Regarding the Mueller probe, Stone said that "they have no evidence of Russian collusion" and that "no evidence whatsoever that I had any of these knowledge of acquisition and publication of John Podesta’s incredibly incriminating and embarrassing emails."

Founder of the 'Arizona Border Recon' Tim Foley said that "measles" and "mumps" are "now coming back" and are "being transferred by all the children that going to the schools."

USA: Dozens of Trump supporters attend 'Mother of All Rallies'03:34
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Dozens of people gathered at the National Mall in Washington DC on Saturday, to attend a rally in support of President Donald Trump called the 'Mother of All Rallies.'

Former adviser to Donald Trump Roger Stone and former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio paid a surprise visit and delivered speeches.

Former Sheriff from Arizona, Joe Arpaio, who Trump pardoned last year for violating a court order, suggested that the border wall "should be built by prisoners."

Stone arrived at the rally guarded by the "Proud Boys" - a white supremacy far right men’s group.

Regarding the Mueller probe, Stone said that "they have no evidence of Russian collusion" and that "no evidence whatsoever that I had any of these knowledge of acquisition and publication of John Podesta’s incredibly incriminating and embarrassing emails."

Founder of the 'Arizona Border Recon' Tim Foley said that "measles" and "mumps" are "now coming back" and are "being transferred by all the children that going to the schools."