Celebrities join anti-Trump protests hours from inauguration

The National Park services have issued 22 permits for demonstrations during the inauguration week.
By James Smith | Jan 20, 2017
The National Park services have issued 22 permits for demonstrations during the inauguration week. Each permit was for 50 to 200,000 people each. The protestors have insisted that they have no need to cause destruction they just want their voice heard.

Many celebrities and especially actors have joined the protests starting from Trump's hometown of New York, where one of the biggest protests was held.

The stars took the stage to state their detest to how the Businessman is set to run the country.
De Niro was first to take the stage where he claimed that after Trump had heard his speech, he would wake up in the middle of the night and tweet on how he was a failure as an actor.

"You have not heard this tweet because it will be tweeted in the middle of the night," said De Niro. "De Niro is a failure as an actor. He failed to get a role in Rocky 4. Just sad. Terrible actor."

This is of course about how Trump Trolled John Lewis online after the Lewis had said he did believe that Trump is an illegitimate president and would not attend the inauguration.

Protests are escalating in many parts of US due to Trump's inauguration, but others are flaring up because of his apportionments. Case and point, Betsy DeVos, who many believe she is not qualified. During her probe, the cabinet members asked her many questions that she could not answer at all. This has led student parents and even teachers to march in protest.

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