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In D.C., the second annual Women's March casts a shadow over the White House
Tens of thousands marched on the National Mall, marking the anniversary of the 2017 Women's March in protest of President Donald Trump.
Police stand guard in front of the White House as demonstrators gather in renewed protest of the Trump administration's policies and treatment of women on Jan. 20, 2018.
Demonstrators arrive for the march in the early morning.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., speaks in front of the Lincoln Memorial.
Demonstrators gather for the Women's March.
Protesters gather around the Lincoln Memorial.
Women shout in front of the White House.
Demonstrators link arms while marching.
A demonstrator marches.
Speakers carry a placard after addressing the crowd.
A man holds flags before the Lincoln Memorial.
People carry placards that read "narcissist" as they gather around the Lincoln Memorial.
A demonstrator shouts slogans in front of the White House.
A protester carries a sign with a picture of President Donald Trump near the Lincoln Memorial.
Vitessa Del Prete, 51, of Arlington, Virginia.
Louise Much, 43, from Alexandria, Virginia.
Tilly Merrill, 16, from Baltimore.
Marione Ingran, 82, a Holocaust survivor from Hamburg, Germany, who lives in Washington.
Daniel Ingran, 87.
Leuwam Tesfai, 33, from San Francisco.
Tanaquil Etlsov, 14, from Arlington, Virginia.
Meghan McNeer, 34, from New York.
Paki Wieland, 74, from New Orleans.
Zoe Dickerson, 15, from Washington.
Demonstrators deliver a speech while standing between Trump supporters.
A protester takes a break from wearing his Donald Trump mask while sitting in front of the White House.
Signs left by protesters lie on a fence in front of the White House.
People gather around the Lincoln Memorial.
Night falls over the White House.
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