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Women's March draws thousands to protest Supreme Court nominee and Donald Trump

SBS Sunday, 18 October 2020
Thousands of protesters marched in Washington and elsewhere in the United States on Saturday to protest Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee and to call for his defeat in the 3 November election.
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