'Make American Great Again' march held in Clearwater

- Hundreds of Trump supporters turned out in Clearwater for one of dozens of Make America Great Again marches held around the country Saturday.

Coachman Park was filled with flags and supporters - while several dozen peace protesters held signs nearby. 

MAGA marchers took to streets around the country including in Washington, D.C., Providence, Rhode Island, and Seaside Heights, New Jersey.

"Donald Trump can not do this by [himself]," said one speaker. "Where did your allegiance end?...At the ballot box? No, my friends."

Many of the Trump supporters told FOX 13 they want to show President Trump continued support throughout his term.

"I believe in everything that he espouces. Eveything that he stands for. Everything that he is doing," said Patty Thompson.

After a few rally speeches, marchers set off to cross the Clearwater Memorial Bridge, waving American flags and holding pro Trump signs.

Several pro-peace groups, including the Poor People Human Right's campaign, spoke out against both the Republican and Democtratic parties for militarization, supporting war and the conflicts that lead up to them. 

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