Wherever Donald Trump goes, crowds follow. Crowds who love him. Crowds who hate him. Crowds who are just curious to hear what he has to say. At Donald Trump’s Pittsburgh events on April 13th–the first a town hall with Sean Hannity in the college-heavy Oakland neighborhood, the second a rally at the convention center that previously held Bernie Sanders–protesters were out in full, artistic force. Here’s what we saw as protesters–or Yinzers Against Trump, as some of them called themselves–mingled with and only sometimes yelled at Trump supporters.



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