President Donald Trump began his weekend early, sending out a tweet Saturday calling for those who voted to "Make America Great Again" to have their own rally, which would be the "biggest of them all."

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) however was quick to respond, tweeting that the "rally" already happened at the Inauguration and it was not the biggest of them all. He included side-by-side photos of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., comparing the crowds from Trump's Inauguration to those from the D.C. Women's March, which took place the following day.


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On Friday at CPAC, Trump said the world has never seen a "movement" like his, bringing up Sanders' presidential campaign, which he said "petered out."

"I like Bernie," he said, claiming that he has a lot of support from the Vermont senator's very liberal backers.

Multiple reports said the Women's March attracted a larger audience than the Inauguration.


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