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Trump Protest: through the lenses of our photojournalists

Written By Gracey Evans, Sports Photo Editor

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A group of protesters that included Point Park students gathered outside of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center during Donald Trump’s speech at the Shale Insight Conference in demonstration last Thursday. They then attempted to interrupt a Trump fundraiser at the Duquesne Club in Downtown Pittsburgh after the conference.

Trump promised deregulation for energy companies at the conference, telling attendees, “You are going to like Donald Trump,” according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Trump also promised to return the steel industry back to western Pennsylvania. Read more…

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