Several hundred people gathered in eastern Pennsylvania Saturday for a rally in support of President Donald Trump, one of a number of such rallies across the country.
Supporters waved signs and placards and listened to speeches during the "Spirit of America" rally in Bensalem's Neshaminy State Park in Bucks County.
Organizer Jim Worthington said supporters love Trump's message of "making America first."
"We are here to meet and make sure all Americans are prospering," Worthington said.
Erin Elmore, a Philadelphia native, former contestant on Trump's hit-reality TV show "The Apprentice" and current spokesperson for the president, hosted the event.
"You were brave on November 8, 2016 when you voted for Donald Trump," Elmore told the crowd.
Marla Pomian of Plymouth Meeting along with her mom, her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend were among the nearly 700 people who braved the cold weather to show their support for Trump.
"We're the greatest country on Earth," Pomian said. "Donald Trump has been brought here to ensure that it stays that way and he's going to keep us safe."
Pomian also reacted to Trump's accusation that the Obama Administration wire-tapped Trump Tower.
"Not shocked at all," Pomian said.
The pro-Trump rally was one of 60 that took place nationwide Saturday.