UNITED STATES - Thousands of people have gathered in Washington, D.C. and cities across the country Saturday to protest about several issues prior to the November election.
Rachel O'Leary Carmona, the Executive Director of the Women's March said, "We are sicker. We are poorer. We are scared. We don't see ourselves in the future that is to come... And women are here... We are fired up.... We are fed up and we are voting Trump out of office," she continued.
Protesters were required to wear masks and were asked to observe social distancing with organizers telling supporters who were not in D.C. to join remotely or rally where they live.
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Saturday's event still a far cry from the 2017 Women's March on Washington, which may have been the largest single-day protest in U.S. history.