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NEW YORK (AP) — People who voted for Donald Trump are rallying today to show their support for the nation's 45th president. They convened near Trump Tower, the Washington Monument and several other places around the country in marches to show their pride in his presidency. Saturday's "March 4 Trump" demonstrations are also intended to show unity in the face of what organizers call "a seditious fringe" aiming to sabotage his vision for the country.

PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump tweets that he "just found out" that Obama had his 'wires tapped' in Trump Tower just before his election victory. He says that nothing was found. In one tweet today, Trump described it as "McCarthyism!' Rep. Adam Schiff, the senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, says Trump is making "the most outlandish and destructive claims without providing a scintilla of evidence to support them."

DALLAS (AP) — Authorities say an elderly resident of a condominium complex in Dallas is unaccounted for after a fire destroyed the four-story structure. A fire official says crews searched for the woman and also contacted her family and friends. Dallas police also issued a critical missing person advisory for the woman, described as having dementia and last seen Friday night. The blaze broke out around 11:30 p.m. Friday in the 60-unit complex.

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Four people are dead after an explosion ripped apart at a home in a Mexico City suburb where a massive fireworks market blast left dozens dead in December. The Mexico state government identifies the victims as two women ages 25 and 26 and two children ages 6 and 11. Six others were hospitalized. The local Red Cross says this morning's blast in Tultepec was "apparently due to a gas buildup."

NEW YORK (AP) — A lawyer for a New York man accused of repeatedly traveling to the Middle East to try to join the Islamic State or another extremist group says "what he needs is counseling and support, not imprisonment." Attorney Mildred Whalen notes that the case against 26-year-old Elvis Redzepagic is in its early stages, but she says that he's an American citizen and that he's been fully cooperative with law enforcement.

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