In 2017, women marched against Trump. Now they’re marching to get rid of him.

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Protesters dressed as handmaids attend the Women’s March at Freedom Plaza on October 17, 2020, in Washington, DC.  | Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images

This time the Women’s March is about voting Trump out.

Almost four years ago, millions of people gathered in Washington, DC, and around the world for the first-ever Women’s March, a historic demonstration against the rhetoric and positions of President Donald Trump that was, at that time, probably the largest single-day protest in American history.

And on Saturday, Americans gathered again in the nation’s capital and in cities around the country to protest the possibility of a Trump second term and call for progressive change. You could still spot pink “pussy” hats in the crowd in Washington, a sometimes-criticized homage to Trump’s boast on the Access Hollywood tape that he could grab women “by the pussy.”

But marchers also carried signs with messages like “Scare ‘em on Halloween, bury ‘em on Election Day,” “We will remember on the 3rd of November,” and “See you at the polls.”


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Demonstrators march on Pennsylvania Avenue during the Women’s March in…



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