Compelling Things Gloria Steinem Said at the Women's March

Compelling Things Gloria Steinem Said at the Women's March

The actress and activist, who hit the campaign trail for former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during last year's election and stumped for her at the Democratic National Convention, tells PEOPLE she felt motivated to take action because she believes President Trump is a genuine threat to American values.

Two miles down the road and nearly simultaneously, a lively protest stepped off the state Capitol steps. Thousands rallied in Sydney and Melbourne, many of whom wore pink "pussy hats" in reference to a widely viewed video of Trump boasting about grabbing women's genitals.

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In addition, the Trump administration pledged to work with the country's Gulf allies to develop "a positive energy relationship" as part of its anti-terrorism strategy, it said. In Washington, protesters clashed with police as the inaugural parade wound its way through the nation's capital. On Friday the protests will center around McPherson Square, though there will be several other demonstrations across the city.

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Early numbers calculated by the Washington Metro indicated that far fewer people attended President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20 compared with Barack Obama's two ceremonies. Ryan Cattle, 22, said that he thought it was important that men show up too. It said: "Power to you, the people". I said, 'Wait a minute! This American carnage stops right here and stops right now.

The US dollar and stocks slipped a bit in late trading on Friday, but GMI senior economist John Carran said Mr Trump's inauguration speech was more partisan than presidential. "There was a lot of rhetoric during his campaign that made our community feel under attack".

In addition to tweeting about the Women's March protesters, Mr. Trump also weighed in on his visit to Central Intelligence Agency headquarters on Saturday afternoon. He believes the new administration will be good for the economy, and he likes Trump's stance on immigration. We are not going to let other countries take our jobs any longer.

There was no memorable rhetoric, no "ask not what your country can do for you", or "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself".

Whether he wrote it or not, the speech is the day's most important moment, as supporters and opponents parse Mr. Trump's words for clues about his approach to the presidency.