Supporters of President Donald Trump, from left, comedian Dustin Gold, singer Joy Villa and fashion designer Andre Soriano, cheer during a rally organized by the North Carolina-based group Gays for Trump, at the National Mall near the Washington Monument in Washington, March 4, 2017. The speakers at the rally talked about immigration, gay rights and several other issues and later marched from the National Mall to the White House.
Supporters of President Donald Trump, from left, comedian Dustin Gold, singer Joy Villa and fashion designer Andre Soriano, cheer during a rally organized by the North Carolina-based group Gays for Trump, at the National Mall near the Washington Monument in Washington, March 4, 2017. The speakers at the rally talked about immigration, gay rights and several other issues and later marched from the National Mall to the White House. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP
Supporters of President Donald Trump, from left, comedian Dustin Gold, singer Joy Villa and fashion designer Andre Soriano, cheer during a rally organized by the North Carolina-based group Gays for Trump, at the National Mall near the Washington Monument in Washington, March 4, 2017. The speakers at the rally talked about immigration, gay rights and several other issues and later marched from the National Mall to the White House. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP

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