Chelsea Clinton Says Trump Supporters Chanted 'Lock Her Up' Outside Parents' Home

Chelsea Clinton said supporters of President Donald Trump chanted "lock her up" outside her parents' home on Sunday.

Dozens of Trump supporters marched past the home of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in upstate New York on Sunday afternoon, reported.

They played music, honked horns and shouted through megaphones outside the residence in Chappaqua.

Chelsea Clinton tweeted about the incident at around 5 p.m., noting that the people were chanting a slogan that was used against her mother during the 2016 presidential campaign.

There are Trump supporters outside my parents’ house shouting through megaphones “Lock Her Up,” and I just keep thinking, I hope they’re wearing masks and some day get over 2016.

— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) November 15, 2020

She also added that she hoped those in the crowd were wearing masks due to the coronavirus pandemic.

"There are Trump supporters outside my parents' house shouting through megaphones "Lock Her Up," and I just keep thinking, I hope they're wearing masks and some day get over 2016," she wrote.

A spokesperson for Chelsea Clinton has been contacted for comment.

Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, although she won the popular vote by almost three million. Four years on, the president has continued to rail against his former rival—including recently saying he "100 percent" supports the calls from his supporters to jail her.

Calls to jail opponents of Trump continued during the 2020 presidential campaign, with "lock her up" chants at some rallies directed at Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, another frequent target of the president.

On Sunday, Trump supporters gathered outside the Clinton home just hours after the president acknowledged for the first time that President-elect Joe Biden had won the 2020 election. But he later backtracked, insisting that he was not conceding the race and would keep trying to overturn the result.

According to, some of the people who marched in support of the president outside the Clinton home held signs echoing the false claims of widespread voter fraud espoused by Trump and his allies. Among the signs were ones that read "Expose the corruption" and "Dead people don't vote!"

Police said the marching ended shortly before 7 p.m. without any arrests or trouble.

He only won in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA. I concede NOTHING! We have a long way to go. This was a RIGGED ELECTION!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 15, 2020

It came after Trump, without using Biden's name, wrote "he won" in a tweet that also made baseless claims about a "rigged" election.

But after apparently seeing how his comment was being interpreted as an acknowledgement of Biden's victory, he added: "He only won in the eyes of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA. I concede NOTHING! We have a long way to go. This was a RIGGED ELECTION!"

The 2020 election ended with Biden on 306 electoral college votes, the same number Trump secured to win the White House in 2016, as well as the most votes of any presidential candidate ever.

Election officials from both parties have said there was no evidence of fraud that played a part in the 2020 election result, The New York Times reported last week.

Nevertheless, Trump has continued to resist Biden's transition to the White House. The president's campaign has tried to mount legal challenges to overturn the result in several states, but many of the lawsuits have been thrown out.

Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton speak onstage at 'Hillary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton discuss their new book 'The Book of Gutsy Women' at The Wilshire Ebell Theatre on November 05, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images