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Here's How People Reacted To Trump's Visits To El Paso And Dayton

President Donald Trump was met by supporters and protesters as he visited the cities of Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas, following a horrific weekend of mass shootings that left more than 30 people dead and scores injured.

Posted on August 7, 2019, at 5:51 p.m. ET

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A protester holds a sign reading "Make Racists Afraid Again" at a demonstration against President Trump's visit to El Paso.

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A "Trump bus" drives near the Miami Valley Hospital before President Trump's visit to Dayton.

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People demonstrate against President Trump in Dayton.

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Protesters gather during a rally against gun violence in Dayton.

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A demonstrator holds a sign reading "Stop the Hate" at a protest in El Paso.

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Police separate pro- and anti-Trump demonstrators in Dayton.

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Trump supporters march through a group of demonstrators protesting gun violence in Dayton.

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A supporter of President Trump's argues with a police officer in Dayton.

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Supporters of President Trump in Dayton.

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A demonstrator in Dayton holds a sign that points out the distance between Dayton and Toledo. During a televised speech on Monday, Trump mistakenly named the wrong Ohio city where a mass shooting took place this weekend.

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An Oregon District resident holds up a sign that says "Not Welcome Here" in Dayton.

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Miguel de Anda, born and raised in El Paso, holds a sign reading "Pres. Trump Not Welcome Here" at a protest in El Paso.

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El Paso residents protest President Trump's visit to El Paso.

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A demonstrator holds a sign to protest President Trump's visit to El Paso.

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Fernando Montoya waves a Mexican flag to protest President Trump's visit to El Paso.

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A man holds a sign to protest President Trump's visit to El Paso.

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Demonstrators line the street near Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton.

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Demonstrators at a protest in Dayton.

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A person with an Ohio tattoo holds a sign protesting domestic terrorism in Dayton.


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