Donald Trump supporters rally for their president at ‘Million MAGA march’

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Donald Trump supporters rally for their president at ‘Million MAGA march'” – below is their description.

Defiant supporters of US President Donald Trump held a rally in Washington on Saturday a week after the presidential race was called for Democrat Joe Biden. They displayed support for Trump through chants and flag waving as they marched to the Supreme Court to protest the election results and falsely assert the vote was stolen. The president has refused to concede his election loss. Read more on this story: Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ►

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