President Trump Holds Rally at Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky

Donald Trump held a campaign style rally in Louisville, Kentucky on March 20 at Freedom Hall in the Kentucky Exposition Center. The President was introduced by conservative politicians including Kentucky Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevins, and Senator Mitch McConnell. His speech touched on subjects like his health care plan, building a wall along the border with Mexico, and threatening any NFL team who signs quarterback Colin Kaepernick with a nasty tweet. Some protesters attempted to interrupt the rally at different points during Trump’s speech, but they were stopped and escorted out by police.

Outside of the rally around 100 anti-Trump protesters had gathered in front of Freedom Hall. After some loud arguments with some of Trump’s supporters the police stepped between the two groups and escorted the protesters off of the property.

Booths selling official Trump merchandise were set up inside the Kentucky Exposition Center.

A Trump supporter who was sitting in the front row on the floor of Freedom Hall poses for pictures in his bright green suit.

A woman wears a “Fake News” shirt as the Kentucky Exposition Center fills up with supporters waiting to see the resident speak.

After passing through security, attendees pick up Trump campaign signs to hold up during the rally.

A young Trump supporter dressed as the republican elephant as the crowd waits for the rally to start.

A coal worker in his uniform gives a thumbs up on the floor of the Kentucky Exposition Center. President Trump has promised to bring back coal workers jobs throughout the United States.

Kentucky governor Matt Bevins takes the stage to speak to his constituents about what the republicans in the Kentucky government has accomplished since the 2016 election.

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell walks across the stage to take the podium at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell gives a short speech and introduces the President to the crowd.

President Donald Trump takes the stage and gives two thumbs up as the crowd cheers.

President Trump points at supporters as they cheer before he begins his speech.

Donald Trump talks about the American Health Care Act, renegotiating trade agreements, and the border wall at his rally in Louisville, Kentucky.

One of the groups of protesters who attempted to interrupt the rally being escorted out of the Kentucky Exposition Center by police.

Donald Trump talks about the American Health Care Act, renegotiating trade agreements, and the border wall at his rally in Louisville, Kentucky.

The crowd boos and a man points at the members of the press in the rally after the President Trump makes comments about the media coverage he has been receiving.

Trump supporters hold up signs and cheer as the President finishes up his speech.

Protesters against Donald Trump chant, hold signs, and have arguments with the President’s supporters as they leave the rally at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Protesters against Donald Trump chant, hold signs, and have arguments with the President’s supporters as they leave the rally at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

A young Trump supporter records protesters as both sides argue and yell insults at each other.

A protester wearing a vest that says Peace Keeper stands near the police line that formed as both sides’ arguing intensified.

Protesters against Donald Trump chant, hold signs, and have arguments with the President’s supporters as they leave the rally at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

An anti-Trump protester holds a sign that reads “Lebanese & Not a Terrorists” referencing the President’s proposed travel ban.

A Trump supporter yells past a line of police to protesters at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Mounted police move in between protesters and supporters of Donald Trump after his rally ends in Louisville, Kentucky.

An anti-Trump protester holds a sign that says “Gimmie Some Truth” outside the Kentucky Exposition Center.

A protester’s sign says “Make America Kind Again” referencing Donald Trump’s Make America Great Again from the Presidential campaign.

Protesters march off of the Kentucky Exposition Center grounds with a police escort and their fists raised.

Protesters march off of the Kentucky Exposition Center grounds with a police escort and their fists raised.

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