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Difference between Donald Trump and Elizabeth Warren rallies: Photos

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  • In September, Democratic presidential candidate Warren spoke to 20,000 people at a rally in Washington Square Park, in New York. She spoke about taxes and empowering women. 
  • In October, President Donald Trump spoke to 20,000 people at the American Airlines Center, in Dallas.  He spoke about the border wall between America and Mexico, the economy, and impeachment proceedings against him.
  • Both politicians were cheered on. Warren for her proposed tax on wealthy citizens, Trump for “draining the swamp.” 
  • But the two crowds were quite the contrast. Warren’s rally had people dressed in everyday clothes, who were willing to speak to reporters, while Trump had a crowd dressed in red, white, and blue, who weren’t so fond of the media.
  • Here’s how different the two rallies were
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Two rallies, a world apart.

President Donald Trump is back on the campaign trail as he runs for his second term as president. And Sen. Elizabeth Warren is furiously campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination, joining Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden at the front of the pack.

In September, Warren spoke to 20,000 people at a rally in Washington Square Park in New York. In October, Trump spoke to 20,000 people at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. 

We compared the two. They had almost nothing in common. 

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