Many women, men and celebrities march together to protest against Donald Trump and support women’s rights. It all started in Washington, Washington DC, on Saturday, January 21. Similar protests across the country followed it. Just like a snowball effect, more protesters from other states came out in solidarity to support the Washington march.

The global movement is showing people from different countries and cities, holding diverse signs that bring the attention on different concerns and fears people have about what’s going to happen to their country and the world under the lead of Donald Trump. Some protesters focus on women’s rights, some on equal pay, the health care law, women respect at workplace and so much more. The world is taking action while Donald Trump hasn’t even started his first day of work as the President of the United States.
What the US President Donald Trump has to say about this global movement?
President Trump used Twitter to respond to the protests. He said: “Watched protests yesterday but was under the impression that we just had an election! Why didn’t these people vote? Celebs hurt cause badly”. Later he tweeted again: “Peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy. Even if I don’t always agree, I recognize the rights of people to express their views”.

Chief of Staff defended President Trump saying that media is trying to delegitimize him and they are not going to do nothing. Also, Donald Trump will not release his tax returns yet because they are under audit by the Internal Revenue Service, but will be released once the review is complete.

Starting Monday January 23 Donald Trump will have a busy week reviewing the agenda of his predecessor Barack Obama, will address orders on immigration and trade, and at the end of the week he will meet British Prime Minister Theresa May.