Jack Williams, left, his son Jesse Williams, center, and Justin Lauderdale rallied with others on Saturday to support President Trump. “He’s an everyday American, like us,” Jack Williams said. “The Washington politicians don’t know how to handle him.”
Jack Williams, left, his son Jesse Williams, center, and Justin Lauderdale rallied with others on Saturday to support President Trump. “He’s an everyday American, like us,” Jack Williams said. “The Washington politicians don’t know how to handle him.” Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle
Jack Williams, left, his son Jesse Williams, center, and Justin Lauderdale rallied with others on Saturday to support President Trump. “He’s an everyday American, like us,” Jack Williams said. “The Washington politicians don’t know how to handle him.” Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle

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