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Trump Protest 10-28-19 

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Members from the group Indivisible Chicago hold letters to form the word "Resist," on Wacker Drive across the Chicago River from Trump Tower during the protest of President Donald Trump's Chicago visit, October 28, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois.
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A woman from the group Indivisible Evanston joins the chant of "Lock him up" during the protest on Wacker Drive.
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Andy Thayer of the group Chicago Committee Against War & Racism makes a speech during the protest on Wacker Drive.
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A woman lets out a long, loud whistle, joining the cacophony of sound that also included chants and musical instruments.
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A woman joins the chant of "What do we want?" "Justice!" "When do we want it?" "NOW!"
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Austyn Aguilar (right) screamed so loud during the protest that he lost his voice.
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People got creative with their signs—and chants—at the protest across the Chicago River from Trump Tower.
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A Trump doll swings from a pole during the protest on Wacker Drive across from Trump Tower.
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Chanting was intense during the protest on Wacker Drive across the Chicago River from Trump Tower.
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People of all ages attended the rally.
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An anti-Trump sign hangs from the hand of the Irv Kupcinet statue during the rally on Wacker Drive.
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A protester shouts from in front of the Irv Kupcinet statue during the rally on Wacker Drive.
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A demonstrator thrusts a sign with the word "Crook" on it toward Trump Tower during the protest.
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Trump supporter Joe Loris, who lives in Berwyn, holds a Trump flag toward anti-Trump protesters.
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After the rally on Wacker Drive, protesters marched throughout the Loop, including down State Street. Commander Darlin of the Chicago Police Department, who marched alongside protesters, estimated that 1,000 people were marching.
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At several intersections on State Street demonstrators kneeled and chanted in the middle of the street.
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After the rally on Wacker Drive protesters march throughout the Loop.
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Signs calling for impeachment were common throughout the day.
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Demonstrators march north on Michigan Avenue past the Art Institute of Chicago.
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Demonstrators marching past the Art Institute of Chicago pause to acknowledge supporters in buildings alongside Michigan Avenue.
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Protesters march down Michigan Avenue.
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Protesters march past the el tracks on Wabash in Chicago's Loop.
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Members from the group Indivisible Chicago hold letters to form the word "Resist," on Wacker Drive across the Chicago River from Trump Tower during the protest of President Donald Trump's Chicago visit, October 28, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois.

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