Organisers had hoped to attract a million people to Washington DC for a massive demonstration showing their support for the US president.
But it didn’t go to plan – with the crowd size estimated to be about 1,000 by journalists in the US capital.
Hilariously, Trump supporters were outnumbered by fans of a hip hop group holding their own protest in front of the Lincoln Memorial nearby.
Calling themselves ‘Juggalos’, more than 1,000 fans of the band Insane Clown Posse were protesting against the FBI classifying them as a gang.
Images of the MOAR show small crowds of people, some wearing Trump t-shirts and ‘Make America Great Again’ hats, with a lot of empty space on the Washington Mall.
Ironically, a speaker on the stage chose the MOAR to take a dig at the reporters covering the rally, inviting them to film the scene and telling them: ‘I know you don’t like to show large pro-Trump crowds.’
The MOAR’s website says it want to ‘send a message to the world that the voices of mainstream Americans must be heard’.
It adds: ‘We are coming together to send a direct message to Congress, the media and the world that we stand united not divided to protect and preserve American Culture.’
Many of the attendees were members of right-wing militia groups.
Some people said they left the protest early to join the Juggalos’ event, which appeared to be more popular.