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Presidents Day Protest at Austin's Republic Square

Protesters rallied against President Trump's Emergency Declaration ans the proposed Southern Border Wall

A Presidents Day protest hit Republic Square Park in downtown Austin.
A crowd estimated by a Travis County Constable of about 350 gathered to demonstrate against President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build his border wall with Mexico, chanting phrases like, "Trump says emergency we say no!" The protest is part of a nationwide effort by MoveOn.org
 

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