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"Not My President's Day" Protests Erupt Across The Country

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A rally against Donald Trump stretches a few blocks along Central Park West in New York Monday Feb. 20 2017. Demonstrators unhappy with President Donald Trump's policies attended a

Thirteen thousand gathered in Columbus Circle outside the Trump Hotel to begin the protest in NY, according to reports.

Across the country thousands are rallying for 'Not My President's Day, ' expressing their opinions against the Trump administration in the White House.

MPs will today debate a petition signed by more than 1.8 million people calling for the invitation to be rescinded by the Government.

Demonstrators could be heard chanting "This is what Democracy looks like", and "hey hey, ho ho, President Trump has got to go".

Organizers said they opposed Donald Trump's agenda, including proposed cuts in federal spending and construction of a wall along the border with Mexico.

Protesters in Los Angeles, California.

Meanwhile, hundreds of scientists took to the streets of Boston urging Trump to recognize climate change and tackle environmental issues.

Two people at the Los Angeles rally outside city hall interviewed on MSNBC said they came because they find Trump purposely divisive and untruthful.

People gathered in Washington to rally against President Donald Trump at Du Pont Circle in Washington Monday Feb. 20 2017. The DC rally is one of several
Where Will Your 'Not My Presidents Day' Rally Be Held?

"This march isn't about a specific policy or specific thing that Donald Trump has done".

In Georgia - a state known for its peaches - protesters gathered for what they called the ImPEACH NOW! rally.

They will gather on what they're calling "Not My President's Day" and march from The Arts Center Marta Station and ending at Lenox Mall.

Presidents' Day commemorates the birth of first U.S. President George Washington, but is often observed to honor all past American commanders in-chief.

Chicago police reported no arrests in the protest, the latest in a series since Trump's January 20 inauguration.

A small but unruly group of protesters faced off with police in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Hundreds of Trump opponents and supporters turned out in Rapid City, South Dakota.

"I think that Trump is a clear and present danger to our republic and to our democratic institutions and to numerous groups of people, both in the country and around the world", said Protester, Ross Allued. Some protesters waved American flags, while others held signs saying "No Muslim Ban".

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