Donald Trump, Western Pennsylvanians who plan to vote for him and people who think he shouldn’t be the next president met today in Ambridge.
The Incline’s Jasmine Goldband photographed supporters and protesters outside and inside Ambridge Area High School, where the Republican presidential nominee spoke this afternoon. Read a dispatch from reporter/curator MJ Slaby.
Paulette Battisti, center, gathers with a group from the United Steelworkers union to protest across the street from a Donald Trump campaign event at Ambridge Area High School. Batiste, 57, of Ambridge, was the first woman operator at Ambridge Water Authority.
People wait in line to enter the school’s field house ahead of the campaign event.
Donald Trump supporters wait in line.
A Trump campaign sign is coupled with another sign that reads “Caution Deplorables Crossing” near the line to enter the Trump event.
A young supporter waits in line.
Trump supporters in the back of the Ambridge Area High School gym.
Donald Trump signs autographs and interacts with supporters as he wraps up his campaign event.
Trump and Rep. Mike Kelly shake hands as the presidential candidate exits the stage.
Slippery Rock University senior Danielle Viehl, 21, of Glassport, holds her signs as supporters exit the school. Viehl is the president of the College Republicans at Slippery Rock University.