Crowd of 4 holds pro-Trump, pro-wall 'rally' in San Francisco

A crowd of 4 held a pro-Trump, pro-wall rally on the steps of San Francisco’s City Hall on Monday.
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A crowd of four held a pro-Trump, pro-wall rally on the steps of San Francisco’s City Hall on Monday, according to a report.

The “rally,” which fluctuated from two to six people, was led by past and future Republican mayoral candidate Ellen Lee Zhou, who polled barely 4 percent last year.

The “rally” also included at least one reporter and several unnamed people who were recording the event, Mission Local reported.

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Passersby at San Francisco City Hall on Monday afternoon reportedly gawked at the unusual spectacle of a pro-Trump, pro-Wall rally in one of the country’s most liberal cities.

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According to Mission Local, the “rally,” was dwarfed by the surrounding demonstrators and spectators. Zhou, a Chinese native who immigrated to San Francisco as a teenager, has again declared her mayoral candidacy for 2019, The Epoch Times reported.

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