Women’s March in DC vastly outdraws inauguration crowd, also takes over hundreds of cities

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One day after Donald Trump drew one of the weakest crowds of support in modern inauguration history, millions of Americans are turning out in Washington DC and all across the United States and the world to stand against him. The Women’s March on Washington today has visibly outdrawn Trump’s inauguration crowd by orders of magnitude, and overhead photos from around the nation and world reveal that women and the men who have joined them today are simply taking over.

Mike Hudema from Greenpeace posted this photo of the Women’s March in Washington DC today, complete with pink hats:

This MSNBC screen capture, tweeted by @badasssery, reveals the sheer size of the Women’s March crowds in Washington DC and in Chicago today:

This photo from @EricEganTV reveals that the Women’s March has taken over a bridge in Nashville:

And this photo from @ohmyallybrooke reveals that the Women’s March has gone international and overtaken Paris:

The New York Daily News is confirming that “millions” have shown up for the Women’s Marches around the world, while the Washington Post estimates half a million people turned out for the Women’s March in DC alone.


Meanwhile Trump’s inauguration yesterday drew a historically weak crowd — and then he punished the National Park Service for tweeting about the poor attendance.

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