WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Thousands of people are gathering for the "Save America March" Wednesday on day two of planned demonstrations in the District. These demonstrations are happening on the same day Congress is expected to certify the Electoral College results for Joe Biden, which President Donald Trump continues to dispute.
Gates for the march opened at 7 a.m. Wednesday and President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that he will speak at 11 a.m. on the Ellipse.
The Save America March is one of several demonstrations happening in D.C. Wednesday.
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The pro-Trump Silent Majority group is holding a rally to protest the election results and to show their support for Trump. The demonstration is taking place at the National Mall Center East-West Gravel Walkway at 13th Street, panel 17 and panel 16.
Silent Majority founder James Epley is scheduled to speak at 12 p.m., 2 p.m., and 5 p.m. each day. The group said this will be a static rally not involving any marches, and estimates between a crowd-size of 250-500. The group says they will be attending the event to conduct a rally to support first amendment rights.
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Women for America First will hold a "March for Trump" to demand transparency and protect election integrity.
The demonstration will feature speakers from Women for America First, Congressional Representatives, Roger Stone, Julio Gonzalez, Rudy Giuliani, Diamond and Silk. Trump has tweeted that he plans to be there, as well, though he is not listed on the group's list of speakers.
A final permit was amended for the Women for America First rally on Wednesday on the Ellipse. The amendment changes the organizer's projected attendance from 5,000 to 30,000 people.