As President Donald Trump settles in for his first entire day at the White House, a huge number of ladies are ready to slide on Washington to challenge his plan and request their voices be heard by the new organization. With the news of Trump closing down Obama Care hitting the news already there is something else in the story now.
Following a day of loftiness, grandeur and condition for Trump, the first day of Presidentship might not be that great as expected. Why? Women all around the globe are walking against him- an indication of the enmity and outrage energized by the energetic 2016 race amongst Trump and Hillary Clinton, who has since a long time ago pushed for ladies’ rights far and wide.
Lots of anti-Trump placards at Womens March in London today but some protesting #Brexit, Workers rights, nuclear weapons, LGBT rights & more pic.twitter.com/LF3bsqcqAh
— Nina dos Santos (@NdosSantosCNN) January 21, 2017
The occasion formally called the Women’s March on Washington, has drawn ladies with numerous dissimilar motivation, prompting to some perplexity and contention about the focal message in the weeks paving the way to the walk. Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington was initially named the Million Woman March.
— Women's March Paris (@womensmarchpar) January 21, 2017
Countless individuals in the United States and around the globe are joining walks Saturday to bring issues to the light of ladies’ rights and other social equality they dread could be under danger under Donald Trump’s administration.
Sisters' March Nairobi. So amazing to see the community to come together #whyIMarch #sistermarch #Inauguration #nairobi #WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/imvhAieJ6h
— Isaac Simonelli (@DiceTravels) January 21, 2017
The key concentration of the day is the Women’s March on Washington, which coordinators say could draw in a fourth of a million members.
This line is insane. And it is amazing. #baltimore #womensmarch ❤️???? pic.twitter.com/6ZL9xOF2p8
— Elizabeth England (@elizabeengland) January 21, 2017
What’s more, ladies and men in urban communities around the globe – including Sydney, Berlin, London, Paris and Cape Town, South Africa showed their support. The walk has likewise drawn a huge number of ladies from various foundations who basically want to demonstrate their agreement against Trump. This is, in fact, their way of showing their protest against Trump urging him to Respect Women.
So many great signs and banners today! #WomensMarch #WMNewZealand #whyIMarch #WM_global #WMW pic.twitter.com/G3ll5a4KM6
— Women's March NZ (@WMNewZealand) January 20, 2017
Quite ironic that Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump runs a totally different campaign entitled #WomenWhoWork. Even more satirical that Trump claimed to win elections because of his leading political ladies Kellyanne Conway and Hope Hicks.
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