Cheers greet Trump's convoy at D.C. protests

The protests in the nation's capital brings together far-right personalities, including conspiracy theorist and Infowars broadcaster Alex Jones and self-described "American Nationalist" Nicholas Fuentes.

The Oath Keepers militia and the far-right Proud Boys have also said their members are attending.

Some left-wing groups are planning counter demonstrations.

Trump has refused to accept that he lost the election to Democrat Joe Biden, now president-elect, adding to tensions. Trump's supporters, including Republican lawmakers, have amplified his claims that the election was stolen from him.

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[NO SPEECH]

-- I think there's more than a thousand people here now.

[CROWD CHANTING] USA. USA. USA. USA. USA.

[CROWD CHEERING]

[BELLS RINGING]

[CROWD CHANTING] USA. USA. USA. USA.

[CROWD CHEERING]

- USA. USA. USA. USA.

- Protect the presidency.

[INTERPOSING VOICES]

[NO SPEECH]

- $10 hats here. All hats $10.

[INTERPOSING VOICES]