Over two dozen US cities saw anti-Trump protestors hit the streets for “Not My President’s Day” demonstrations. In Trump’s new home in Washington D.C. several hundred people rallied at Dupont Circle, then walked two miles to the White House.
While the rally was in process a motorcyclist flying a Trump flag circled the Circle, motor roaring loud enough to make it hard to hear the speakers. After a few rounds he stopped for a light, where he was surrounded by jeering protestors until rescued by the DC police.
A bit later, the marchers started down Massachusetts Ave., turning on 16th St. to the White House. There people chanted outside the fences where the inaugural stands were still being dismantled. The crowd slowly dissipated.