Don’t Be Fooled Again: That Huge Crowd Photo Is Not a Trump Rally

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Following Trump’s Phoenix rally Tuesday evening, a picture started circulating on Twitter purporting to show massive crowds at the president’s campaign-style event. According to HuffPost, one account, @TEN_GOP, a self-described “Unofficial Twitter of Tennessee Republicans” with more than 73,000 followers, grabbed the image and fashioned it into a now-deleted tweet:

Once again, pro-Trump accounts mistook a June 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers parade for a Trump rally. (Twitter) reported the post was retweeted “800 times and liked more than 1,000 times.” The Daily Beast said Wednesday that conservative pundit Ann Coulter and other right-wing personalities retweeted the item.


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