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Women’s March Protest Trump and Amy Coney Barrett

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Women’s Marches are taking place in hundreds of American cities on Saturday, including New York City and Washington, D.

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, as protesters rally against President Trump and his latest Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett.

Washington Post reporter Samantha Schmidt captured the back-and-forth between Women’s March protesters and anti-abortion protesters on video from D.

As Women’s March protesters reach the Supreme Court, they stand face to face with anti-abortion demonstrators.

Also Read: Maher Says There Are Already Too Many Catholics on the Supreme Court (Video).

Women’s March attendees are also voicing their displeasure with the president and calling on citizens to vote in the upcoming election.

The march comes as the Senate moves closer to confirming Coney Barrett as Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s replacement on the Supreme Court’s bench, following Ginsburg’s death last month.

Ginsburg was prominently featured on many signs at the marches, including one in New York City that said, “Vote, and tell ‘em Ruth sent you!” Some protesters in D.

Also Read: Joy Behar: Amy Coney Barrett‘s Empty Notepad Just Means ‘Empty Answers’ (Video).

“Women are going to decide this election,” Rachel O’Leary Carmona, executive director of the Women’s March, told the Washington Post.


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