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Women's March in DC to draw thousands in protest of Supreme Court nominee, Trump

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Women's March in DC to draw thousands in protest of Supreme Court nominee, TrumpWASHINGTON — Thousands of people are expected to gather for the Women's March in downtown Washington and cities across the country Saturday to protest the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett and to build momentum to vote President Donald Trump out of the White House. Nearly four years after an election that galvanized millions of protesters to march in cities nationwide - many of them for the first time - Women's March leaders hope to bring a final show of force before Nov. 3 with a rally in the nation's capital and in more than 429 marches across all 50 states. Organizers say more than 116,000 people have pledged to march or participate in other actions Saturday....
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Thousands of people attended a women’s march to protest the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett and to build momentum against Trump.

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