Marchers, many in bright pink cat-eared "pussy" hats, held signs attacking Trump.
"Wrap yourself in the pride of what it means to be a doer in the world, not just a complainer", Davis said.
"Everybody's gotten exhausted of turning on their TVs and logging on Twitter where we have to put our heads down (in shame)", said Molly Taggart, an adjunct professor of communications studies at Kent State University.
Participants and organizers for the Women's March on Washington began gathering Saturday morning on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where more than 6,000 supporters were expected to show up for a rally and call to action. "Abuse of power. Because we are women, because we don't have power", Argento said, reports The New York Times.
"Last year, there was a feeling of fear and objection to the election", Elizabeth Pleva told ABC News, while waiting for the march to commence on Manhattan's Upper West Side. The march will make its way to the White House.
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On Saturday, Trump tweeted that it's "a flawless day for all Women to March".
From his twitter perch, Trump took a rosy posture toward the marches: "Beautiful weather all over our great country, a ideal day for all Women to March", he tweeted.
"Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months", he wrote.
Trump, who marked the one-year anniversary of his inauguration Saturday, also boasted about the "lowest female unemployment in 18 years!" About 2 million people in dozens of countries across the globe inundated the streets to march for their rights on January 21, 2017. Marchers, however, stayed the course.
It was the largest single-day demonstration in USA history.
"It's really important for people to recognize that every election matters, not just the big presidential election", Greenberg said.
Bob Bland, a NY fashion designer who is now one of the organization's national co-chairs, joined the call to action with her own message: "Who wants to join me?!?" she asked. My mother had to do this battle.
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Without explicitly denying using that word , Trump lashed out at Durbin , who said Trump uttered it on several occasions. But at the meeting Trump's reputation for following the advice of the last person to whom he has spoken showed itself.
Judy Glaven, 57, brought the same "Be Brave Choose Love" poster that she marched with at a year ago.
For example, there's a whole list of activities - entertainment, social and activism events - happening post NYC Women's March (details of which you can find out more about on Metro). "I'm here to support President Trump", Shapiro said. Clearly we didn't do a good job.
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In addition to the Women's March co-chairs, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood; Sen.
CNN will air special programming all day surrounding Trump's one-year anniversary. "We have a lot of things we can focus on at home". He's not our President. "This year, I feel like I'm in it for the long haul". "They need to talk to them about why they vote against their own interests, why they vote for people like Trump and Moore".
Joyce Pleva and her two daughters, Elizabeth and Jamie, were among those marching in New York City.
"This isn't about Trump", she said. "We don't agonize, we organize". "If you look at so numerous fights that happened this year...it was led by women".
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